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No woman is an island...Unless you're getting married!

In the build up to your wedding, you would think that this is the time that everyone bands together, becoming one unit, geared towards helping you get ready for your big day. 499 more words

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Reasons not to give up on your healthy eating plan

We’ve all been there after a week of dieting. You stand there in the mirror, looking at yourself in your underwear from all angles, convinced your waist definitely looks smaller, your bum perkier, and there is an obvious decrease in cellulite on your thighs, must be from all the healthy living right? 1,020 more words

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Body shaming the beautiful, the new craze.

I have been getting increasingly confused and concerned by the amount of people, particularly women, body shaming beautiful women on Social Media. It seems we have moved on from disparaging the ugly and the fat to victimising the beautiful and the fit; the new heroes of the hour are intelligent, average looking celebrities, or in a lot of cases, fictional characters with brains. 551 more words

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Cambridge, Exercise and Me

I would say the only downside to starting this weight loss plan is the negative effect it’s had on my relationship with exercise.

They say once you find the right exercise for you, you will love what you do. 938 more words

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Cambridge Weight Plan...the easy way out?

This is the fifth week I’ve been on the Cambridge Weight Plan. The first three weeks were spent in the ‘trial and error’ phase, trying to work out how the plan fit in with my current lifestyle and what changes I needed to make, to make it work for me. 1,442 more words

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Fat to Fit: Top 10 tips for staying on track on the Cambridge Weight Plan

I’ve been on CWP for just over 8 weeks now. I’ve lost quite a bit of weight and have learnt a lot about weight loss and myself in the process. 1,894 more words

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Fat to Fit: Slimming down with the Cambridge Weight Plan

Obesity is on the rise. Currently about two in three adults in the UK are classified as being overweight or obese (BMI 25-30 (overweight), BMI 30+ (obese)), and this figure is likely to increase unless we change our lifestyle and approach to food. 1,627 more words

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