Blog: June 2010
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence is recommending that all food manufacturers stop using transfats. read moreAdded on 22.06.2010
If you are back on a diet again to try to control your weight, then you will have learned something. read moreAdded on 15.06.2010
Just a 100 calories a day
I am not a great one for counting calories, but I know that 100 calories is not a lot. It is 2,000 steps. Walking from one bus-stop to the next or using the stairs at work. Or half a bag of crisps or a small bar of chocolate.
J. O. Hill, H. R. Wyatt, G. W. Reed, and J. C. Peters (2003) report in the magazine Science that an increase in net expenditure of 100 calories a day can stop the increase in obesity in 90% of the population. Just walking an extra 2,000 steps, you might never gain another pound.Added on 11.06.2010
The June 2010 edition of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association includes an interesting study reviewing food commercials on TV in the US. read moreAdded on 07.06.2010