A Post-Easter Blog! Is It Over Yet? For some (read “Me” for this) it began on Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day with all the excitement of tossing pancakes and retrieving them from the floor or dog (and conveniently forgetting how many I had already eaten). A couple of birthdays, an anniversary, a school
GUEST POST: One of the reasons I believe that diets ultimately fail, is that we usually start them in a negative frame of mind – because we feel bad about the way we look or feel. What’s more, for the majority of us who have been on repeated diets, it is difficult not to feel
GUEST POST: Most of us are aware of the health problems that alcohol can cause. Not only can excessive drinking lead to major problems like liver disease, but there’s growing evidence that even moderate drinking may increase our risk of illnesses such as some cancers. It’s also pretty bad for our waistlines too! Still not
It’s a classic dieting downfall. We set ourselves up for failure when we opt for the standard dieting approach.
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.