Daily Weight Loss Tips

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20th 2007f February, 2007

Weight Loss Tip Posted by: Admin at 11:30 pm

We would like to announce that we have just launched a diet and weight loss blog. This blog was setup to provide web user with up to the minute information on weight loss and dieting. We will be running out news every second day, diet product reviews, recipes, weight loss success stories etc.

Our first review will be Bob Greene’s “Best Life Diet” Program that he used to help Oprah lose weight and keep it off. You can watch Bob on Oprah on Thursday and read our review the day afterwards.

24th 2006f August, 2006

Weight Loss Tip Posted by: Admin at 8:22 pm

When comparing foods you need to take into consideration sugar, salt (sodium), fat, and fibre. We need to eat more fibre and less sugar, fat, and salt. Nutritional tables always list the ingredients per 100g as well as per serve. Always compare the ‘per 100g’ figures. We have listed examples of high and low amounts.

The following are large amounts per 100 g:

  • 30g of sugars
  • 20g of fat
  • 3g of fibre
  • 600 mg of sodium

The following are small amounts per 100 g:

  • 5g of sugars
  • 3g of fat
  • 0.5g of fibre
  • 120mg sodium
20th 2006f July, 2006

Weight Loss Tip Posted by: Admin at 8:58 am

EATING chilli regularly could help in the fight against insulin resistance and obesity, according to new Australian research.

In a comparison of bland versus chilli-laden meals, researchers from the University of Tasmania’s School of Human Life Sciences found that a few spoonfuls of chilli reduced the post meal surge in insulin, particularly in overweight people.

People with resistance to the actions of insulin have an increased risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, as well as polycystic ovary syndrome, fatty liver and certain cancers.

The study found that in overweight subjects, changes to a range of glucose metabolism measures following chilli meals were more marked than those seen in normal weight subjects.