There’s so much talk about your body shape and the kind of clothes that you should wear according to it, that people have forgotten about the diet that could help either maintain this shape or change it, depending on your choice.
From yogurt to coffee creamer, it seems like there’s a suitable swap for every source of dairy in your fridge. And there is, here are a few ways to start!
Many people, however, often argue which of the two is better. While juices and smoothies are very different right from their consistency to their nutritional density, they both offer tonnes of health benefits to you as a woman, after regular intake.
If you have always been an avid weight loss aficionado then perhaps at one point you’ve heard about liquid diets. For many years thousands of women have turned to liquid diets as a quick fix to their weight issues.
If there is one thing that stops us from achieving a body like J.Lo’s it’s the very fact that we can’t stop ourselves from snacking. Wouldn’t you agree?
Okay, let’s be honest here. How many times have you instructed the waiter to place your leftover chicken in a plastic bag for takeaway because you simply cannot stand the sight of leftover food on your plate?
Do you know the science behind small, frequent feedings? Health buffs advise that we eat small amounts of food all throughout the day to limit hunger, to avoid our chances of overeating and to curb our cravings.
A smoothie bowl is one of the most popular breakfast trends today. Technically, it’s a smoothie only that you devour it with a spoon instead of drinking it through a straw.
A healthy diet matters much more than the number on the scale, but for those trying to lose weight, asparagus has just 3 calories per spear.
A few weeks back, I posted about Potato Chips in the microwave. I had so much feed back wondering if you could use sweet potatoes, so I knew I just had to try.