You’ve been sipping on your cabbage soup for an hour already, licking your arm for some salt and sniffing a cup of coffee. You feel like you’ve been eating nothing for so long that Victoria’s Secret is going to make you their next Angel. So why isn’t it working?
There are thousands of weight-loss myths that pop up online when you start looking for weight-loss tips. Most of these are either unproven or have physically been proven to not work at all.
I’ve collected the top three that need to be debunked …
Have you ever wondered how people stay slim around the world? I have too, that is why I did a bit of a global snoop at the gastronomical secrets of our foreign neighbours …
Each country has its own foodie secrets that help the population stay slim and trim all year around.
What do you do when the scale starts rebelling against you? When all of your hard work is going nowhere? You dig a little deeper into what else is going on …
Achieving health goals doesn’t have to be a challenge, just like losing weight doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune on magic pills or gimmicks. Sometimes the most basic everyday change can have a huge impact on your health and waistline.
How can I be healthy on a budget? What alternatives are there to kumbacha and quinoa? Why is everything so expensive?
What are carbs anyway?
Carbohydrates are your body’s – and brain’s – primary source of energy, and are a crucial part of healthy eating habits. You shouldn’t be cutting carbs out of your diet altogether, but knowing which carbs are good for you and which are bad is important for weight loss.