As we creep closer to summer, our attention again turns to body standards. It is, in effect, the perfect illusion of exclusive inclusivity.
Losing weight is not difficult, breaking our small habits is. One study has articulated the triggers that we need to break if we’re going to free ourselves from the cycle.
Last week, the government announced a radical plan to curtail obesity in school-age children. I fear it is not a solution.
A new study from Deakin University reveals it’s not your genes that determine your sensitivity to fat – it’s what you’re stuffing into your pie hole!
While all of us are interested in shedding that extra weight, very few understand where that weight actually goes.
According to one recent Deakin University study, it seems the question of obesity is one diet as well as the financial means that enable it.
According to one PhD candidate, those among us who subscribe to the grazing method of eating are in for a rather generous shock indeed.
Criticising Trump used to be fun. That was until we became the bully. Considering we’ve now dipped to fat shaming the man, I think we’ve taken it a fridge too far.
Through the medium of nano technology, Science has created a patch that will quietly reduce your love handles. The future is here.
As the festive season brought my family together over the holidays, an unexpected byproduct was the criticism I faced for losing weight.
A recent study purports that having dinner early, or skipping it entirely, is the key to weight loss. But is it true?
It’s the end of the long weekend, and predictably we’re seeing the results. Our resident nutritionist has some tips to reverse the weight gain and get back on track.
Nutritionist James Clare looks into the growing problem of sugar in our food supply, stating that it should be treated the same as tobacco.
Troy Maguire takes apart the way women, particularly overweight women, are viewed and represented across entertainment and the media, questioning what he terms the “sexual apartheid” nature of such.