You can't out-exercise a bad diet is a phrase frequently used by Personal Trainers, nutritionists and fitness experts.
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It is 2016 and pumpkin flavoured food has reached an almost cult-like status. In fact, the release of Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte has become synonymous with the beginning of autumn, and indeed, Halloween.
Your metabolism is all to do with how quickly you metabolise fuel into energy, and in turn delivering all the nutritional benefits that our body needs to function.
If you've ever watched Popeye, you'll know that the secret to his strength is spinach. But is there any truth in this?
Calcium is an important part of a healthy diet. Most commonly known for its role in maintaining strong bones and teeth, it is also needed for muscle function, nerve transmission and a host of other health benefits.
The word "carbohydrate" can sometimes seem a dirty one, so often is it tarnished with the reputation as the dieters ultimate nemesis.
There's never more controversy, discussion or myths surrounding a meal than there is about breakfast.
The Olympics is great and I for one will be very sad when they are over. But there's something on the horizon to help soften the blow - Great British Bake Off!
If you're not guilty of it yourself, I'm sure you know someone who has skipped breakfast in the hope it might help them control their weight.