Archive for the ‘Healthy Eating’ Category

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 18th 2012

Once upon a time, Christmas was all about giving. Giving up on my diet, that is.   The feasting began when the first giant tin of chocolates arrived in the office, then dragged on until mid-January when my jeans wouldn’t zip up.   It’s hard to stay on track this time of year, whether you’re […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 17th 2012

After another wet, miserable summer with picnics rained off, barbecues cooked in the kitchen and day after day of grey skies, chances are as the dark nights and colder days set in, so too will the winter blues.   Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder   According to the Mental Health Foundation, one person in 100 […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 16th 2012

Christmas provides plenty of opportunities for panic and stress. Don’t let your weight be one of them.   Everybody eats and drinks more than usual at Christmas – even skinnies! The best thing to do is relax and go with the flow, stay as active as possible (dancing is great) and don’t sit next to […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 7th 2012

Diet is a critical component of weight loss. If you overeat, you will not lose weight even if you are exercising. Your diet will not tone your muscles, you need to perform resistance exercises for that. But the right foods will decrease the amount of body fat you have so that you can show off […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 7th 2012

Fat that accumulates in your belly is more dangerous than fat in other areas, according to Harvard Health Publications. Excess abdominal fat is associated with heart disease, breast cancer, colorectal cancer and even dementia. Although men are more prone to it, abdominal weight gain commonly affects women during and following menopause. Fortunately, a nutritious diet […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on December 7th 2012

For people who exercise regularly and do sports, eating properly should be a lifestyle and an ingrained habit. Someone has truly said – “food and exercise go hand in hand”. But, do you know why food and exercise go hand in hand? Well, because our diet influences our health and gives us the right amount […]

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