As 2016 begins we may be feeling a bit bloated, fatigued, over-eight and not as well as we may want to feel. This is due to the over indulgence in the festive season, late nights and general unhealthy habits. Many of us may have resolved to begin January with a healthy diet and plenty of
2017 has crept up on us and with that, people all over the world are hastily writing down New Year’s resolutions which they swear they will stick to. Most people have weight loss, stop smoking, save money and exercise more among the top things on their lists but sadly very few people will actually stick
Summer is finally here and with that comes the terrifying thought of having to be seen in swimwear with our winter weight gain in full view. Crash dieting and calorie counting will damage your metabolism and health in the long run, so the best thing to do is to change your lifestyle by incorporating daily
Insulin resistance, also known as metabolic syndrome or pre-diabetes, is a dangerous health condition that is becoming more and more prevalent today. The predisposing factors for insulin resistance include genetics, poor diet, high intake of carbohydrates and trans fats, inactive lifestyle, smoking and stress.