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Diabetes is “decimating men”, with one in 10 now affected, a report by a men’s health charity has warned. The report, created
I am a hypnotist and it's interesting how many people I meet feel that they are out of control of parts of their lives. There's one thing that simply comes back again and again and is almost impossible for them to change in their everyday lives.
It puts you at greater risk of heart disease and stroke.
A deadly condition affecting up to 15 million Britons has been dubbed the new ‘silent killer’ by scientists.  Bulging waists
Everyday it's the same. I go to the bathroom, check my flab in the full length mirror and hit the scales, applauding the meagre pound or two I've shed only to build it up with calories from an uncontrolled diet. It's a cycle that's enough to make a fitness guru cry in their chicken breast salad. For me it's a procedure of mixed blessings.
Obese and overweight people have revealed the things that people may not necessarily know affects them on an almost daily
Do you know how long it takes you to burn off a snickers bar? Or a packet of crisps? Or a fish and chips? Or a glass of wine