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Ab Crack: The New Misguiding Fitness Craze

11 July 2016

After going crazy for the thigh gap which didn't seem healthy, a single depressed line between the left and right abs region called the "Ab Crack" is the new fitness craze.

20 Minutes to a Better Body

29 June 2016

In this busy world of hush and rush, women find less time to their health. But note small changes in your lifestyle could add on to give you a better disease free, fit and healthy body.

Top Vegetarian Super Foods for Weight Loss

13 June 2016

Super food is a marketing term used to describe foods with supposed health benefits. Blueberries, often called a Super food. The term is not in common use by dietitians and nutrition scientists, many of whom dispute that particular foodstuffs have the health benefits often claimed by advocates of particular Super foods.

Crank Up the Intensity & Watch the Fat Melt

02 June 2016

Aren't you bored out exercising for a quarter, six days a week? Getting up early & sweating out on the machine can get boring after sometime, especially if the results pour in slowly. Few of us know that the typical low-intensity long-duration cardio isn't the best or most efficient way to burn body fat, boost your metabolism and get ripped six pack abs.

Top 10 Reasons why you're not Losing Weight

24 May 2015

Women constantly complain that they are not losing weight in-spite of following a regular diet and exercise routine. WF team has put together top ten possible reasons why you are not losing weight.

Fat Burners: Temporary fixes to weight loss

07 May 2015

When you check into a supplement store or open a health magazine you will notice that you are bombarded with various fat burning "magical" pills which will promise a leaner you in 7 days or get you amazing abs in 4 weeks.

Calorie Density: key to losing weight

26 April 2016

A year-long clinical trial by Penn State researchers shows that diets focusing on foods that are low in calorie density can promote healthy weight loss while helping people to control hunger.

April 24, 2016, the First-ever National Park Rx Day

20 April 2016

Exercise is Medicine is the message to be spread on 24th April 2016 all over the world. This day will be celebrated across the United States (why not, all over the world) to promote the growing movement of prescribing parks and nature to patients as a means for improving human health.

Eating one serving/day of lentils could contribute to modest weight loss

01 April 2015

United Nations and the Food and Agriculture Organization have designated 2016 as the International Year of Pulses. Pulses (beans, peas, chickpeas or lentils) have a low glycemic index (meaning that they are foods that break down slowly) and can be used to reduce or displace animal protein as well as "bad" fats such as trans-fat in a dish or meal.

High Intensity Interval training: a Stepping Stone for Fat Loss

14 March 2016

Women can work at a higher percentage of their maximum heart rate than the men and a higher percentage of their maximum oxygen consumption.

Estrogen-Progesterone factor in weight gain vs. loss

10 March 2016

Weight gain in the abdomen is one of the most common complaints of women whose hormones have begun to change signaling peri-menopause. There are a number of factors that contribute to this phenomenon of weight gain, including.

Top 10 Diet Myths Debunked

06 February 2016

In this article Women Fitness tries to demistify your myths and provide facts and tips about weight loss, nutrition, and physical activity. This information may help you make healthy changes in your daily habits.