If you are trying to lose weight at the moment, you are not alone. A recent survey conducted by News.com.au as part of their “Great Aussie Debate” research found that 62 percent of Australian women over the age of 18 are trying to lose weight and very close behind were men at 52 percent. So, with so many people trying to lose weight, it is a good time to look at the recipe for success.
Pre-diabetes develops when blood sugar levels are higher than usual but not yet high enough to be considered as type 2 diabetes. Think of it as an early warning sign that you are at high risk of developing diabetes in the future. Your risk of developing diabetes in the future is 10 to 20 times greater compared to those with a normal blood sugar level and it is a good time review your diet and exercise patterns.
Although we haven't found the perfect approach to weight loss, there are several key themes emerging from research and practise that should offer you the best chance of succeeding this time!
Sleeping can help you lose weight and our Dietitian Anna has some hot tips that can help. Read more to find out.
Good nutrition can make a big change in how you feel when you have menopause symptoms such as mood swings, hot flashes, exhaustion, bloating and correlated weight gain. Women of menopausal age should make sure to eat plenty of whole grains, fresh fruits, vegetables, and lean protein for their optimal health.
If you are pre-diabetic, or have Type II Diabetes, you have something called insulin resistance, which means that your body can’t use insulin as well as it should be able to. Click the link to read more.
While this is an area that needs further research, it does seem that as the decades pass, it becomes a little harder to drop the kilos. Now, before you decide all your weight gain is due to this, it should be noted that...