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Vegan junior features writer Michelle October gets asked all the time about what she eats in a day. Here’s the definitive lowdown on a typical day’s menu
Fitness pros have long said that strength training + a low-carb diet is a combo made in get-lean heaven. But what happens if you eat too little carbs?
People are finally accepting that fat is not the enemy. The Ketogenic diet incorporates the good kind to help you shed extra kilos.
Eating when you’re hungry and stopping when you’re full may sound like common sense, but sometimes we can’t stop ourselves reaching for that extra snack.
Stuck for an idea for an easy and satisfying meal that’s filled with protein, calcium and fibre? This broccoli and quinoa dish ticks all the boxes.
For instance, when and how you’re getting your quota of the nutrient may be as important as the overall amount you’re racking up.
A morning, noon and night’s worth of satisfying eats – all for under 6 700kJ? Yeah! Use this easy meal plan today to kick-start your weight loss…
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not always better to choose the low-fat options. Here are four times that full-fat is way better for weight loss…
Most of us are aware that the Mediterranean diet is a big deal. It’s known to boost heart health, slow the ageing process, and trim waistlines.
Fat cells get damaged and result in cellulite. But we can repair them by eating well. Use this nutritionist-devised weight-loss eating plan to beat it!
We’ll admit to a few tears falling into our mojitos when we heard this. Some of your fave Mexican foods are way worse for your waist than you thought…
If you’re scouring the internet for the tastiest salads to get you closer to your weight-loss goals, we’ve got you. Call off the Google search.