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5 Fat Loss Tips

5 Fat Loss Tips

1st June 2016

With new fad diets constantly emerging and claiming to be revolutionary in achieving fat loss it isn’t surprising that people have become confused as to how to achieve their fat shedding goals. In fact, it couldn’t be simpler.Losing fat doesn’t need to be complicated. The…

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Should we be eating more fat?

Should we be eating more fat?

24th May 2016

Should we be eating more Fat? Yesterday a report by The National Obesity Forum Charity which criticised current government dietary guidelines for fat made headline news. The charity stated that we should be eating more fat and that low-fat high-carbohydrate diets are having a negative impact on…

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A-Z Benefits of Vitamin and Minerals

A-Z Benefits of Vitamin and Minerals

17th May 2016

It is important to ensure a healthy, balanced diet and an active lifestyle. Nutrients should be provided by a food first approach and supplements should not replace a healthy diet. VITAMINSVitamins are nutrients required by the body in small amounts,…

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Why Protein is your Best Friend when Dieting…

Why Protein is your Best Friend when Dieting…

11th May 2016

A lot of people beleive that all calories are equal when it comes to fat loss. Whether your calories are from fat, protein or carbs doesn’t matter so long as you are burning more calories than you are expending. However, recent research has shown that this isn’t…

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Adopting a Mediterranean Style Diet

Adopting a Mediterranean Style Diet

5th May 2016

The mediterranean diet has been suggested to be extremely beneficial to health and reducing the risk of illness. Read about what a typical mediterranean diet contains and some tips for adopting this type of diet...


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Plant Sterols and their effect on Cholesterol

Plant Sterols and their effect on Cholesterol

2nd May 2016

Can you lower your cholesterol just by changing your diet?According to British Heart Foundation, Coronary Heart Disease is the most common cause of death in the UK. Cholesterol is a fatty substance found in our blood. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of heart…

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