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How Your Diet Can Sabotage Your Exercise

It’s easy to overestimate the power of exercise to help weight loss, especially if you increase your fitness regime at the same time you embark on a diet. 455 more words

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A Weighing Scale

Well, the type of weighing scale does not really matter when it comes to weight loss.

My personal favourite is a digital scale.

I find the digital one is good as it stores the previous weight and will indicate with an up arrow if you have gained weight and a down arrow if you have lost. 242 more words


Workout Wednesday: Update

Last week, I talked about my struggles with counting calories and how hard it has been for me to maintain my weight once I stop counting those calories. 499 more words

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How to Make your Own Flavored Water

In my attempt to drink more water and less sugar filled drinks (My fav) I needed a new way to try out water. So I searched Pinterest like everyone else and found a few gem recipes. 88 more words

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Lifestyle Interventions Such as Weight Loss And Exercise Reduce Risk of Death From Cardiovascular Diseases

Many research studies have shown that lifestyle interventions, such as exercise programmes or weight loss, in people with impaired glucose tolerance (those at high risk of diabetes) can prevent progression to overt type 2 diabetes. 241 more words

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Days 112 & 113

Another combine post but between being in holidays for Easter and the renovation sometimes it’s hard to find the time to post – as precious as that sounds. 51 more words

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Exercise vs. Diet: Which Matters More?

If you want to have a perfect body, you need to eat the right food, in right quantity along with enough exercise and workout. But, in reality maintaining a healthy regimen is tough, and it gives rise to the debate, between dieting and exercising, which is the better way of staying fit and losing weight? 427 more words

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