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Weight Loss is not the only benefit

I have spent the best part of the last two decades following the dietary advice of the NHS, putting on more weight and being prescribed more and more medication to manage my Type 2 Diabetes. There are no two ways about it: I was on the road to an early grave. Read more…

Have I Cured the Dreaded Dawn Phenomenon?

The biggest wind up of my whole weight loss and diabetes lifestyle journey has been the dawn phenomenon. Every morning Lisa has woken up to me cursing and swearing that my blood sugar has spiked again. You know that feeling, you have perfect sugars all day, stop...

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Obesity and Health with Professor Robert Thomas

    Oncologist Professor Robert Thomas says when it comes to exercise, it’s what you do on a daily basis that matters. Getting out for a walk every day will not only, boost your mood, your vitamin D and help you lose weight but more importantly it changes the...

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Where Does All the Fat Go?

    So where does all the fat go when you lose weight? It’s a good question isn’t it? And it’s one that the Daily Mail and a team from the University of New South Wales discuss in this article. I must admit that I thought the fat was excreted. According to this study,...

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Can a Low Carb Diet Extend Your Life?

This is an interesting article in the Sunday Times of South Africa that reports on a USA lab study that showed that eating a High Fat diet, like Simple As Fat, seems to increase long life and physical strength compared to a High Carb diet. Okay, it is a study on mice...

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Can we Trust BMI Measurements?

    Today on the BBC UK website, an article is asking – can we trust BMI as a measure for obesity? The short answer, according to all the experts I have spoken to, is no! Interestingly, the BBC get to this point right at the bottom of the article, where they talk...

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Do the Scales Lie?

  Do the scales lie? The short answer is YES. That is why you cannot rely just on scales to check your progress. You must keep a log of weight, inches and most importantly how close you’re getting to fitting into that pair of jeans that you bought more in hope than...

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