Monthly Archives: December 2015

Some Non-Dieting Techniques to Maintain Weight Post Christmas time

Every year, majority of Europeans and Americans, tend to put on weight, at least by a pound in the period flanked by Halloween and Christmastime i.e. 31st October to 1st January. The reason behind gaining pound(s) is obvious-the temptation to feast on all kinds of mouth-watering delicacies usually gets the better of the willpower to keep one’s weight under control. Now, gaining a couple of pounds annually doesn’t seem much but if you gain 2 pounds every year for a decade, then you’re likely to Read More +

The paradox of ‘Fatness’ v. Fitness

Until recently most professionals and researchers thought that the BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator and extra weight (or obesity) was the number one indicator of a likelihood towards mortality due to its negative cardiovascular impact. However, recent study conducted by Dr. Carl Lavie, the medical director of cardiac rehabilitation and prevention at the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute in New Orleans showed that physical fitness in fact played an integral role of not only the cardiovascular system, but also the likelihood of illnesses and Read More +

Common breakfast errors responsible for increased body weight

It cannot be denied that the moment you eat your breakfast, there is a series of metabolic activities which activate instantly inside the body. So before having your breakfast it is essential that you begin the day with healthy and nutritious food in order to prevent formation of fat inside your body. But people often commit some common mistakes while preparing their breakfast menus. These can be easily avoided on strictly following the prescribed guidelines of dieticians and health experts. Avoiding morning breakfast may seem Read More +