Want to watch your weight? Manage your portions with the “Healthy Plate” rule, which helps you get the right amount of carbs, proteins and fats in a meal.
Myth: Eating fat will make you fat. Fact: Eating fat could make you slim down. Yes, surprising as this sounds, eating fat could actually help you slim down when combined with the low-carb or ketogenic approach. The trick is in getting your body to stop being addicted to carbohydrates and do the hard work of burning fats. If you’re confused, it’s understandable! The food industry has been using low-fat as a marketing tag to get you to buy more. Watch…
Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan), the ninth month in the Islamic calendar is a time when Muslims around the world focus on prayer, fasting, giving to charity and religious devotion. Here are a few tips for a healthy Ramadan this year:
Should I eat low fats, or more proteins? What time of day is best to have carbohydrates? Here’s the low-down on common weight loss myths.
You already know that genes have a role to play in your body structure. But don’t let that excuse come in the way of looking and feeling the best you can. In this post, we’ll talk about the three main body types: ectomorphs, endomorphs and mesomorphs, and how by understanding more about the characteristics of the three, you can customise your diet and fitness routine to get maximum results.
When it comes to losing weight, forgoing a meal or two feels like the fastest way to get started. And yet, we’ve been told time and again that this is a bad idea. A study conducted by Ohio State University last year concluded that skipping meals to cut down on calories could induce insulin and glucose fluctuations in the body that have the opposite of the desired effect.