Do you remember what Peter Pettigrew looked like in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?
When Professor Lupin and Sirius Black transform him from Scabbers the rat into Peter Pettigrew, you'll probably recall the distinct image of the fat little man cowering in the corner of the wooden house!
But beside the fact that he's in big trouble for helping YouKnowWho as Peter Pettigrew, actor ... ››› more
Think you can't stick to your diet and exercise plan because you have no willpower? Newsflash: That's impossible... because there's no such thing as having no willpower!
Once you learn how to boost and better tap into your inner strength, you'll find it easy to meet your weight loss goals and live a healthier, happier life! Read on for five great tips to tap into your willpower and apply it to... ››› more
Stay away from white carbs. Eat more healthy fat. Opt for sugar alternatives. Don't eat this, don't eat that.
You should eat six meals a day evenly spaced out every two to three hours. You should practise intermittent fasting. You shouldn't eat any carbohydrates after 6pm. You should follow the Paleo diet. Actually, you should avoid meat.
As a health and fitness writer, I can easily admit th... ››› more
I'm not going to lie: Losing weight isn't easy. And it isn't always fun (so long, office cupcakes). But that doesn't mean you should just toss your scale and give up before you've even begun!
The most important thing is to set goals that are achievable. That means instead of gunning for a big, scary “goal weight” that seems so far in the future you can barely imagine it, set tinier targets ... ››› more
Obesity is the reason one in five people die. But did you know it's also the cause of many different types of cancer according to the National Institutes of Health. And they say it's worse for women than it is men.
In fact, as a women, having a Body Mass Index (BMI) higher than 30.0 means your risk of at least seven different types of cancer soars.
It starts with a 25% increased breast can... ››› more
No matter what you do, you can't seem to drop the extra kilos you're carrying around.
You've even tried eating the bare minimum but it just backfires on you.
And that could be the problem. Especially when you do that in the morning.
As you know, most dieticians will tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And they're not lying.
But it's not just for your heal... ››› more
When you drive past McDonald's, how often do you have a nagging feeling in the pit of your stomach? A feeling that you want to nip into the drive through to grab a small bite to eat.
After all, you ARE hungry… And what harm would it do.
Here's the thing: It's not REAL hunger you're dealing with. It's actually the clever marketing of the brand that's making you want to eat.
Here's why... ››› more
Reaching your weight loss goals might seem like a lot of effort.
But in reality, you can do the absolute minimum and still lose weight.
The thing is, no one's telling you about how to do that, because they take a little longer for you to notice they're working. And you want instant results, right?
Well, now's the time to decide.
If you want instant weight loss results, you'll have ... ››› more
You might think you have to eat like a rabbit, never touch a snack and stay in the gym for hours to reach your weight loss goals.
But it's simply not true!
There are easy changes you can make to get great benefits and see the numbers on the scale moving in your favour.
Today, we're showing you three of the easiest changes to make to lose weight naturally.
Natural weight loss means l... ››› more
As you get older, you become more content with the shape of your body.
You learn to live with the lumps and bumps here and there. And you simply chalk your weight down to age and your slowing metabolism.
Besides, when you were younger, you couldn't reach your weight loss goals either, so you'll just learn to live with the extra weight.
But there's another thing that happens when you ge... ››› more
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