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Low-carb diets like Keto, Atkins, and Paleo are huge, but it’s understandable that you might not want to be on them forever
The formula for weight loss is simple: Burn more kilojoules than you consume and speed up that metabolism. Or at least, it sounds simple
FYI — Paying too much attention to kilojoule-burn claims, on your treadmill display or tracker, can seriously sabotage your weight-loss progress
Apparently your fitness doesn’t have to suffer if you’re short on time. According to new research, all you need is seven minutes to do a workout
Adding in a regular dose of exercise can help nudge the scale closer toward your goal — as long as you’re fuelling right
Here, we asked nutritionists for the weight-loss catch phrases that are sabotaging you (and annoying the sh*t out of them) and why. Behold.
Yoga is great for reducing stress, increasing flexibility, and touts a myriad of other benefits, but what’s the deal with yoga and weight loss?
Cover up your body for who? For what? Got a dimpled derrière? You can’t do anything about that, can you? Actually, turns out you can. No, really.
Yes, it is possible. When it comes to eating white bread and pasta AKA refined carbs, it’s about ‘mindful eating’ and portion sizes.
If you were stuck on a desert island and could only eat one food the rest of your life, pizza wouldn’t be a bad way to go.
Kids can be cruel. But for Dabney Noelia, the constant taunts at high school ended up being the fuel for her weight-loss journey.
Given the emotional rollercoaster of losing weight, is the scale even the best way to track weight-loss progress, anyway?