Reaching for food to calm down is an all-too-common coping mechanism, whether you’re dealing with world events, a demanding job, juggling home responsibilities or other stressors. Thirty-eight percent of adults say they’ve overeaten or reached for unhealthy foods in the past month because of stress, and of those, half do so at least once a week, according to an American Psychological Association survey. You can read more over at myfitnesspal.com
Whether you call it breakfast or it’s just the first meal you’re eating later on in the day, what you choose can help set you up for weight-loss success. You can read why the research out there shows the benefits of eating a morning meal. You can read more over at myfitnesspal.com...
The desire to burn fat is one of the most commonly cited health and fitness goals. There are many ways to accomplish that objective through diet and exercise. Eat the right food and stay active, and you can burn calories and fat while building lean muscle. That’s great for roughly 2/3 of the day when you’re awake, but what about that other 1/3 when you’re asleep? myfitnesspal.com has the details on this one!
If you think you're doing enough exercise and eating healthily but you're struggling to lose weight then join the club. So many of us think we're ticking all of the boxes for burning fat - and not getting any returns for our effort. The Sun has a guide to help you get those bad habits gone..
With the darker winter evenings drawing in, it can be more tempting to cosy up in front of the TV with a hot chocolate or a slice of cake. The Sun has some advice from the boss of Weight Watchers, Julia Westgarth...
It’s every weight loss enthusiast’s dream to zap the belly fat but, far from pure vanity, there’s actually a reason why having a lot of fat in the abdominal region can be dangerous. Fat is stored all over our body, but how does an expanding waistline grow your risk for chronic illness? myfitnesspal has the info..
Losing weight is never easy and there’s no one tip that’s going to change that. However, it doesn’t have to be as complicated a process as many of us make it, like counting every calorie or stripping our diet of entire food groups while trying to follow aggressively restrictive diet plans. Coach Magazine has the full guide for you...
Weight loss is more than just calories in and calories out — other factors such as quality of sleep, stress levels and a positive mindset can influence the number on the scale. The latter is important because approaching weight loss with a rock-solid mental game not only sets you up for success to lose weight, but it’ll also help you keep it off long term. myfitnesspal.com has the theories...
One day, Lexi Reed just had enough! Joining forces with her husband, there was a 295 lbs weight loss! myfitnesspal.com has the story!
After losing over 40kg in weight, James Ward explains how using Fitbit helped him lose that weight. You can read more in Coach Magazine!
Festive office parties, Christmas lunches, edible presents, the calories will be coming on if not already! But you can enjoy the food and not put on a load of weight if you plan it well enough! The Sun has some tips that may well help the mindset!
Its not easy is it, this losing weight business, if it was, everyone would be doing it right?? myfitnesspal.com seven habits you could put in place to start that journey!
It's getting closer to that time of the year when you might start to put on a few pounds from the tubs of chocolates being brought into work or maybe its that Christmas party coming up? joe.co.uk spoke with Dr. Leon Creaney, a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine at MIHP, part of HCA Healthcare UK. about the best ways to calculate your body fat.
Tasha Frampton had a dream to have her own family but was told she would need to have a dramatic weight loss to help make it all come true! The Mirror has more..
We all know that sugar is bad for you, especially the extras that aren't natural, Women's Health can tell you what will happen to you when you cut these right down!
If you wanted to start to lose weight, your first idea might be to hit the gym and get your cardio on! But maybe cardio isn't always the answer and myfitnesspal.com has more!
A family of four has lost over six stone between them after taking on family gym sessions over pub visits! The Sun has more!
The moment Bethany Duffield was asked to be a bridesmaid, it was the incentive needed to lose weight! You can read more about this in The Sun!
Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Birmingham have revealed that exercising before breakfast can help you to burn more fat! Head over to The Mirror for more!
Its been said that you can lose weight in just 10 days with following 4 easy steps and working out your type of body. The Sun has more on a new type of approach!
Whether its a weight loss plan, a new job or just some motivation to get you going, if you don't have a purpose for it, it could spectacularly not get very far! myfitnesspal.com have more insight!
From clear skin, no hangovers and weightloss, Sober October is making an impact already! The Sun has plenty of good news to say exactly what you are doing for your body!
Whether its January, May, July, October, there is never really a best time to start losing weight! The British Heart Foundation have some healthy ideas of how to start!
Are you up and out first thing? Are you down the gym in the evening? When exactly is the best time to workout? myfitnesspal.com has some of the answers!
If you were once exercising hard everyday but had a recent break then getting back into can be one of the hardest things to do. Coach Magazine has some words of advice to getting back on the saddle as they say!
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