Women Fitness Weight loss
Women Fitness Weight loss
Women Fitness Weight loss

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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.

Phthalate DEHP Lead to Weight Gain

20 January 2016

Plasticisers such as phthalates are always found in plastics. They can get into our bodies through the skin or by the diet.

Yoga to Manage Hypothyroidism and Prevent Weight Gain

11 January 2016

About half of the estimated 27 million Americans with Thyroid disease remain undiagnosed, according to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. Hypothyroidism refers to the lack of thyroid hormones in the blood.

Iodine: A Critical Mineral for Weight Loss.

01 January 2016

If adjusting your diet and exercising more hasn't helped you reach a healthy body weight, you may have hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid gland. Fortunately, you can help normalize an underactive thyroid gland by increasing your intake of the mineral iodine.

Target Weight Maintenance this Holiday Season

30 December 2015

Holidays and Celebrations tend to become a big challenge for those looking for healthy weight loss. Coping with the surrounding temptations can be tough to handle. So, why not shift your focus from weight loss to maintenance, this winter.

Top 10 to Handle Unavoidable Food Temptations

05 December 2015

What do you do when you are constantly being tempted to eat more by the people around you, or the situation you're in?

Top Upcoming Fitness Trends in 2016

25 November 2015

Every year the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) conduct a survey of a diverse group of over 1000 fitness professionals worldwide to assess the top trends in the fitness industry in the coming year.

Plant-Based Diet: Proved Best Weight Loss Diet

20 November 2015

Such headlines are read by us daily: Michelle Obama's is now tackling child obesity and planting an edible garden. In a recent U.N. study it said eating less meat is better for the planet -- either way, there's no doubt that reducing your meat intake.

Self-Weighing: a Serious concern Among Teens

05 November 2015

Using a weighing machine can be a useful tool to help adults control their weight, but for adolescents and young adults this behavior may have negative psychological outcomes.

Fiber in Beans can Assist in Weight Loss

27 October 2015

A new study from the University of Minnesota found that the fiber in beans can keep you feeling surprisingly full. Researchers asked men and women to test two "meatloaf" lunches, made from either beef or beans.

Keep a Track of Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMI) to Minimize Dementia Risk

13 October 2015

This is a clear indication that we need to maintain a healthy body mass index even as early as midlife, in order to have long lasting protective effects towards delaying the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

Eating Late and Fast: Contributing Factors in Obesity

14 September 2015

For those people who work night time hours or who wake in the middle of the night to enjoy a midnight snack, this means that you are more likely to become overweight or obese based on your habits alone.