From focusing solely on the scale weight to not including enough protein in your diet, these are the common mistakes we tend to make when trying to shed the kilos.
March 4 is “World Obesity Day” and the Ministry of Health and Prevention alongside specialists in the UAE including officials of international institutions is encouraging everyone to be on the move and get more serious in avoiding excessive weight gain as the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has also heightened obesity rates worldwide.
At a time when people the world over are grounded at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, the dangers of putting on weight could not have been overemphasised. The importance of World Obesity Day, observed on March 4, in this regard
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Previous studies have suggested that both Mediterranean and vegan diets improve body weight and cardiometabolic risk factors.
To examine how maternal diet might affect childhood obesity, Chen and colleagues analysed data collected from 16,295 mother-child pairs in Ireland, France, Britain, the Netherlands and Poland.
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Australian actress Rebel Wilson reveals she used to have 3,000 calories on most days before she started her weight loss journey.
More than four billion people could be overweight by 2050, with 1.5 billion of them obese, if the current global dietary trend towards processed foods continues.