What Were The Most Googled Diets Of 2014?

The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Preskey | Posted 18.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Chances are, you've already Googled something today. And when most of us hear about a new diet, before jumping on board and blowing our wages on expen...

Generation Sweet Stuff - Are We All Sugared Up?

Yasmin Khatun Dewan | Posted 27.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Yasmin Khatun Dewan

The sugar-less trend seems like it might have long running implications on the way we sell, shop and eat. Things that were once put onto our health barometer, we're now advised to stay clear of. Yogurt, fruit, cereal and so forth are most certainly off the menu. Advised that cereals were the healthy option to start of our day, the healthiest at present, has to be cartoned egg whites.

Common Fat Loss Pitfalls

Iain Mahony | Posted 16.03.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Iain Mahony

You are also more likely to succeed if you borrow an idea from the bodybuilding community. Have planned cheat meals (if deserved) every five-seven days and you are far likelier to succeed in the long term.

Low-Fat Diets ‘Highest Risk’ For Regaining Weight

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah O'Meara | Posted 27.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle

According to new research, a low-fat diet offers the least chance for long-term weight loss. Over four years, researchers at the Children's Hospi...

Atkins Backlash: Heart Disease Linked To Low-Carb Diet

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 24.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Women on Atkins-style diets are putting themselves at risk of heart disease and strokes, experts have warned. Those who regularly eat a low-carbohy...

'Bad' Atkins Diet Blamed For Cholesterol Surge

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 12.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle

A dieting craze in Sweden has been blamed for a surprise surge in cholesterol levels that may be putting people at increased risk of heart disease. ...

'Diet Brain' Affects One in Three Women

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah O'Meara | Posted 29.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Research suggests half of women trying to lose weight could be suffering from ‘diet brain’. Attempts to drop a dress-size can lead to mood swin...

Lipgoss: Why Famous People Look Hotter

Anna Hart | Posted 31.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Anna Hart

It's a law of physics that becoming famous makes you at least 35% more attractive than you were as a civilian. In some cases, the hotness quotient increases by a whopping 70%.