It is hard to give a good example to our kids when our own eating behaviour and body image have been skewed by years of yo-yo-dieting, misleading health advice and media pressure. If we develop a better relationship with healthy eating and exercise, then not only will our own bodies benefit, but our children will have a great example that they can learn from.
Yes, the rumours you've heard are correct. The one and only Ms Hopkins is putting her body through its paces as she consumes over 6000 calories a day in a bid to put on 3 ½ stone for a new TV documentary... Katie will then attempt to regain her previous body, showing us loosing weight ain't so hard.
In theory they know more about healthy eating than the rest of us, but it seems even doctors and nurses struggle with keeping
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A 17-stone woman who was horrified by her holiday snaps has made a jaw-dropping transformation to by shedding nearly half
Fat people need to wake up and take responsibility for their weight and stop expecting the NHS to fund surgery for what is arguably needed because of their own lazy lifestyle.
Let's be honest here; fat people are eating their own grave so to wrap it all up in cotton wool is just wrong. We should actually be applauding those doctors willing to use the 'F' word as it is much more likely to shock their patients into taking action.
Overweight women are more likely to get ovarian cancer than their thinner counterparts, researchers have said. Scientists
In winter you find it hard to get out of bed. All you want to do is turn over and go back to sleep. You rarely think about your size and are unlikely to diet unless your partner forces you to look at yourself in a full length mirror. Blissful ignorance is your motto...