Losing weight is not difficult, breaking our small habits is. One study has articulated the triggers that we need to break if we’re going to free ourselves from the cycle.
According to one PhD candidate, those among us who subscribe to the grazing method of eating are in for a rather generous shock indeed.
As the festive season brought my family together over the holidays, an unexpected byproduct was the criticism I faced for losing weight.
A recent study purports that having dinner early, or skipping it entirely, is the key to weight loss. But is it true?
Reddit is an Island upon itself. Unfortunately, it’s more Gilligan than Treasure. This week we’re shipwrecked with rampant death and horrible advice. You know, usual.
Television shows such as The Biggest Loser espouse the results of weight loss, but not the process, leading to poor assumptions and poorer health.
It’s the end of the long weekend, and predictably we’re seeing the results. Our resident nutritionist has some tips to reverse the weight gain and get back on track.
Know who you’re Instagramming: Meet Nikki Zahka, an influential instagrammer impacting fitness blogs and trainers all over the world.
Tom Caru looks at the potential effects of self-improvement, particularly among your family and friends.
Some may find the idea of the Pavlock fit band a little “shocking”, but Tom Caru argues it’s better to feel the shock of the Pavlock than that of the defibrillator.
“Exercise is the key to weight-loss…Exercise will make you a winner…” But Julian R Rockett thinks exercise is something we are seeing through an erroneous filter. Here’s why…
It’s not so cool for women to be skinny any more, and Nathalie Marie Camerlynck couldn’t be happier.
Mark Chu identifies the real challenge in “The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia” – we must all stop hating society’s overweight.
Belinda Marsh is sick of failing ‘Weight Loss Programmes 101’, and the 5:2 Diet is no exception…
The Nude Nutritionist, Lyndi Polivnick, offers Santa some tips about what he might do about his waistline going into the food frenzy that is Christmas.