Long ago I wrote a post on why you shouldn't really try to supress your hunger but rather implement some strategies that help your body work efficiently and achieve maximum satiety, as well as keep hunger under control, because hunger is really just a tool that the body uses to let us know that it needs more fuel. There … Continue reading Smart Weight Loss, Hunger-Free. Rule No. 1
Today I want to talk about certain foods that can help you lose weight. By that I do not mean that you can just sit in front of TV and eat heaps of these foods, hoping to become skinny in a week or two. No, this doesn't happen. But if you're active and living a … Continue reading 5 Natural Foods to Aid Weight Loss
Okay, this post wasn't really planned, and I am writing it here only because of my inability to refrain from shaking my head when people talk nonsense. Don't worry, I'm not going to go on a rampage, telling how silly or ignorant some people are. I just want to clear up some misconceptions about clean eating and … Continue reading Calorie Count vs. Eating Clean
Grapefruit and honey is not a typical mix that you will find on the internet. I was searching for it, but couldn't find anything on Google, even though I heard many good things from people about this blend. Some people say that it is a very healthy mix (which is absolutely true), and it has … Continue reading Grapefruit & Honey Health Blend
Sounds crazy, right? That's what most people will tell you if you ask them. Our gains and losses are all about calories in vs calories out. That is the theory behind such methods as IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macros), although it has a little bit more science in it. But even some bodybuilders and … Continue reading The Nutrition Talk Part II: Undereating and overweight?
In the modern world so many people struggle with losing weight and adopting healthy lifestyle habits that it almost becomes pandemic. Obesity is the global problem affecting the population of Earth as a whole. More and more children fall into the overweight and obese category despite their young ages. Our minds become corrupted with all the … Continue reading Help our children live healthy lives!
A couple of days ago I had a conversation with my mum on Skype, and she went on and on about how thin she was when she was young. She was unbelievably thin, that's true. When she got pregnant at 22, her weight was 42 kg - mine at leaving school was 48 kg, for comparison. … Continue reading The nutrition talk: the traps we fall into