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Get ready to spiralize everything from broccoli to cabbage (yes)! These nutritionist-approved recipes will help your make healthy noodles again and again.
A shocking number of women have belly fat — even the seemingly fit. Belly fat can be dangerous to your health. Here’s how to lose it.
Balanced meals are the key to losing weight, but if your eating schedule is messed up, dropping kilos can still be a struggle. And that’s frustrating AF.
If you’re thinking about taking the kilojoule tracking approach to drop kilos, it’s definitely worth looking into the downsides before diving in headfirst.
These diets follow the same basic premise: limit carbs so that your body burns fat instead. But which one is more likely to lead to pounds-shedding success?
If you cut back on your food intake, will your stomach actually get smaller, so you’re satisfied with less food?
It promises to help you lose weight sans kilojoule-counting, deprivation, or low-fat anything. No wonder it was one of the most searched diets in 2016!
There’s no such thing as a magic weight-loss pill, but adding these fat-burning supplements to your diet can actually maximise your weight-loss efforts
These ‘ketogenic’ eats will help you build more lean muscle, prevent blood sugar highs and lows, and keep cravings at bay.
It was one of the most searched diets in 2016… even though it’s been around since 1900!
Spoiler alert: Some of the kilo-shedding strategies that are touted as top notch might actually be sending the number on your scale in the wrong direction.
While eating right is definitely on your radar when it comes to losing weight, eating to support the bacteria in your gut might not be.