Scientists and health professionals are constantly looking for new ways to help people lose weight. Caitlin Reid reveals 15 new discoveries that are all proven to work.
Beating Eating triggers Part 3 : Emotions
Your emotional state can provide a challenge to keep your weight loss program on track.
Beating Eating triggers Part 3 : Relationships
Relationships with other people can provide a challenge to keep your program on track.
Beating Eating triggers Part 1 : Locations
The physical locations we find ourselves in can challenge our ability to resist eating and drinking. It’s not always feasible to avoid particular locations such as those we live, work and play in, so it’s important to be ready with strategies to beat the eating triggers that tend to pop up.
Beating Eating triggers Part 1 : Sensations
Your diet is travelling along nicely until something happens. That ‘something’ is an eating trigger that causes you to overeat or eat inappropriately
Changing eating habits & behaviours
The factors that affect your desire to eat are more complex than you may realise. Some of these reasons are related
to the food itself: how satisfying it is, how tasty it is and your particular preferences, while others are related to the environment in which you eat – social settings, habits, income, culture, education level and even mood
24 ways to turn over a new leaf
As an adult, aim to eat a good variety of healthy foods every day. Only then can you expect to improve your wellbeing and lift your energy levels. Your sleep patterns will also improve and you will find it easier to concentrate over longer periods. It all adds up to feeling great!
Lessons from the biggest loser
27kgs lost in the first 3 weeks. Whilst this impressive figure is sure to provide motivation for many viewers, it may also promote unsafe rapid weight loss and set up false expectations for weight loss results.