The no-diet way of eating that can actually help weight loss

5 May, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Turns out that trusting your gut can go a long way towards building healthy eating habits.

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What does yoyo dieting do to your health?

8 February, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Yoyo dieting has had some negative press – but there is some good news about weight fluctuations, too.

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Why vegan protein powders are having their moment

14 December, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

The idea of healthy, plant-based proteins is proving hard to resist for many, including some of the world’s top athletes.

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The lowdown on energy drinks

26 November, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Energy drinks are a popular pick-me-up, but there are a few things you need to know to enjoy them safely.

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Weight-loss plateau? 5 surprising reasons the scales won’t move

19 November, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If your healthy diet is delivering some ho-hum weight-loss results, don’t panic. There could be a simple explanation – and an even easier fix.

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3 things that set Manuka honey apart from the rest

12 November, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

The unique properties of this liquid gold from New Zealand make it one of the sweetest gifts of all.

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Is alternate-day fasting a safe alternative to dieting?

24 October, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

We’ve had 5:2 and 16:8. Now meet alternate-day fasting, the latest interval eating plan making waves.

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Cutting through carb confusion with Luke Hines

24 July, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

How low is ‘low carb’? What exactly is a keto diet? What’s the difference between good and bad carbs? Luke Hines spills the beans.

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How processed foods make us fat

17 July, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

New research suggests that when it comes to weight gain, processed foods deserve their bad boy reputation.

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Put down the protein shake – and do this instead

25 June, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Protein shakes are convenient – but are they as healthy as they seem? Not necessarily, says new research.

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