The Mediterranean Diet On Trial

Eating smarter will help you hit your health and fitness goals faster – but which diet is the ideal one for you? Coach’s sister title Men’s Fitness assesses the evidence and asks the experts so you can make the right nutritional decisions. The Theory The catch-all name for the traditional diet eaten by the populations...

Post-Dieting Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Weight

You may be one of the many optimists who began the year with a commitment to a diet of some description, forcing down weird “teas” brewed from maple syrup and lemon juice, or grimacing your way through a lunchtime bowl of cabbage soup. Whether you adopted one of the more sensible regimes or...

Does Cutting Wheat Really Help You Lose Weight?

Nutritionist Drew Price tries different diets to, ahem, sort the wheat from the chaff. Find out if following the Wheat Belly diet, created by cardiologist William Davis, can help you lose weight by eliminating wheat products. THE DIET One of the best-known ‘gluten-free’ diets, Wheat Belly aims to improve your physique and overall health by cutting out...

Six New Year’s Resolutions That Will Actually Make A Difference

Every year the most popular New Year’s resolutions involve minor variations on a theme. Get fit, lose weight, eat more healthily. These are all admirable goals, but most people find it nigh on impossible to stick to them. The reason for that is not just down to a lack of willpower, it’s because these...

How to Get Cristiano Ronaldo’s Carb-Defying Six-Pack

The ultimate Galactico, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, has earned Premier Leagues, Champions Leagues, Ballon d’Or awards and envious glares from team-mates, opponents and spectators alike throughout his stellar career. Now 30, he can squeeze the “Nobel Prize for Physical Perfection” into his buckling trophy cabinet. In the February 2016 issue of US GQ magazine,...

The Busy Man’s Guide To Foods For A Healthy Heart

It’s not easy to know which foods are good and bad for your heart, with conflicting reports and new fads coming at you from all angles. Fortunately, there are always well-informed (and well-qualified) people out there trying to make things clearer. This week a review of evidence was published in the Journal Of The...

Why Would A Diet Plan Named After An Italian Village Ban Pasta?

In case you’ve already mentally filed this interview with Dr Aseem Malhotra, cardiologist and co-author of The Pioppi Diet, under “too long; didn’t read”, let us answer the headline for you. It’s because you don’t live in a somewhat poor Italian village, have to walk everywhere, don’t have access to junk food and...

The 5:2 Diet On Trial

It’s been over two years since the 5:2 diet first hit bookshelves, kick-starting an intermittent fasting fad that’s swept the mainstream media and attracted a host of A-list devotees, from Beyoncé to Benedict Cumberbatch. But does it actually work? How hard is it to stick to? And most importantly, can it help you...

The Simple Test That Works Out How Many Carbs You Should Eat

Everyone knows someone who gobbles vast platters of pasta yet never puts on a pound; while others swear blind they can’t even look at carbs without putting on weight. These differences might just be due to genetics. In his book The DNA Restart, neurogeneticist Dr Sharon Moalem argues that people’s diet should be...

Greggs Have Created A Diet Plan And Yes It Includes Sausage Rolls

You might think the idea of eating Greggs products for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day for an entire month was the premise of the sequel to Super Size Me, and it wouldn’t be an unreasonable assumption. But it couldn’t be more wrong, because Greggs – ubiquitous bakery, national institution and purveyor of...


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