He knows the drill!
Whatever your feelings about the festive season, there’s one thing that connects all of us at Christmas — food!
Christmas is about chilling out and enjoying a feast with friends and family. The only trouble is, lots of calories and inactivity equals extra weight.
The average person puts on around 4 lbs of excess during Christmas week and it can take up to four months to shift that extra weight. Now we’re not saying don’t enjoy Christmas — but if you do get trapped in the Christmas hamper, then you’ll need a damage limitation plan.
If he can try, so can you
One of the hardest body battles many face is shedding fat. Millions of people every year embark upon fad diets, extreme exercise regimes and even resort to over the counter weight loss pills. Unfortunately, the majority of these options won’t work as a sustainable measure.
But why is this? Some people may see great initial results from fad diets, but the weight often rapidly rebounds and leaves them back at square one.
Not all fat is bad
Fat has gained a bad reputation over the years. But not all fat is bad and it’s a dietary disaster that society has glazed all fatty foods with the same bad-fat brush.
It’s actually healthy to consume good fats — fact. So here’s a little story about fat and the ones you should eat and those to avoid.
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