Over the last years the consumption of beverages has been significantly increased. This has resulted on many people replacing the water with these. There is a large variety of beverages to choose from: sodas, juices with fruits or vegetables, tea, coffee, milk and sweet beverages such as milkshakes and popsicles. Read More
If you are struggling with your memory on a daily basis, in order to remember things that you should have known, then you may need to change your diet. The truth is that your brain needs food, just like the rest of your body. Therefore, you don’t have to panic over these slight memory loses that you experience. On the contrary, you can relax and add some extra foods on your daily nutrition. Most likely you will start to feel the difference in just a few days. Read More
There is no doubt that when you are exercising and adding extra protein to your daily nutrition, it has an immediate effect on your muscle mass and your overall strength. There are many personal trainers and athletes that recommend a protein supplement, right after your daily workout. Read More
You can ask any dietician or personal trainer about the severe effects of dehydration in your body. Most likely he will be very strict and direct with the adequate amount of water that you have to drink per day. We all need water for the best operation of our system, both men and women. Read More
We have all been carried away some time in our lives, consuming a lot more food than what we ought to. Overeating is closely related to psychology, even though there are many other factors that enhance such an attitude. Most frequently, we wake up in the middle of the night and crave for something to eat. Read More
1.What’s your story?
In recent years, from adolescence onwards I had an issue with that five pounds that were fluctuated. During my university studies, I was in an attempt to lose those pounds, but because I am fond of good food and I cannot say no to sweets, I couldn’t managed to maintain a long term healthy diet. Read More
1.What’s your story?
As a teenager I was at normal weight, around 65 kg. Living in the UK and not eating the healthiest I could, I started gaining weight and then I found myself being overweight at 18. Very soon I got married and when the first child came, I was already 15 kilos above my normal weight. I did not manage to lose it, I did not even try. Then my second child came and the weight gain was another 15 kilos on top. I continued not doing anything about it. I knew I was obese, I wanted to lose weight but had no support. Read More