GUEST POST: A bit of stress can fire us up – raising adrenaline levels and a desire to succeed. But chronic stress can lead to persistently high levels of the hormone cortisol, which appears to play a role in obesity and the pattern of fat deposition around the middle. This beer belly, paunch or
GUEST POST: I like this idea – it plays to my lazy side, the side that would rather crash on the sofa with a coffee and a paper than get out there for a weekend run. It’s based on a study that looked at two groups of hotel workers doing a job that involved a
GUEST POST: Does exercise really lead to weight loss? If we are speaking in a very literal sense, exercise does not lead to weight loss – if you believe that an hour of exercise only burns off 200 calories worth of a 400 calorie doughnut.
There is certainly evidence to suggest that people who are eating late at night are heavier than those who don’t. But is that just because they eat more at other times too, so have a higher calorie intake overall?
Of those surveyed who experienced successful weight loss more than two years following surgery, more than 70 percent reported enjoying eating healthy foods more than they did before surgery