Research shows the bacteria and other microbes living in the gut (microbiome), can influence the risk of developing conditions like heart disease and Type 2 diabetes and in some instances even help athletic performance. Moreover, the types of food you eat can affect which microbes populate your gut. The latest research shows gut microbes can also influence how much visceral fat (yes, belly fat) you have.
As adults we all go through it, busy at work, stress with the kids, an argument with a loved one. Reaching for food to calm down is now more than ever an all-too-common coping mechanism. Juggling life’s demands and other stresses is fraught with pressure that we put on ourselves
As everyone knows dieting is tough, the whole premise of remaining in a calorie deficit state means restricting your daily caloric intake to hit a specific weight target. I'll share more on this in another post.
Trying to lose weight is difficult enough and no matter how slowly you take things you will reach a stumbling block where your hunger levels & cravings will reach breaking point. Making it extremely hard to stay on track, often this is the point where many people fail to reach their goals.
Here are 5 small things you can do to help you stay on track & hopefully hit your weight loss goal.