According to the AP, more Americans are consuming breakfast in stages believing that munching on smaller meals more often is much healthier than the usual three large ones. The NPD Group, a market research company, estimates that the number of
times people will snack in the mornings will increase 23% between 2008
and 2018, compared with 20% and 15% increases in afternoon and evening
One reason on why this trend is picking up probably also has to do with the fact that on-the-go lifestyles are becoming more of a norm. And while this breakfast might be new in the states, the second breakfast is already a common staple in countries such as Germany.
Our bodies can be embarrassing at times, particularly when things go wrong with them. Plodding off to the doctor and having to explain the issue can sometimes be worse than the problem itself! However you’ll be pleased to know that there are ways you can treat some things yourself, without having to visit your GP.* Read more
We've all been there — one or two drinks with your friends, turns into one too many. You go to sleep after having a great time, only to wake-up feeling as though you'll never recover. Once you finally get out of bed, you'll often reach for unhealthy snacks or crave a greasy breakfast — not that they help. Read more
Any fitness junkie will tell you that the key to getting in shape is to stay active. You can’t complete an intensive routine and then sit on the sofa for the next few days. Any strength or body muscle that you have built up will quickly revert to fat. This is why an injury can be so damaging. An injury can put you off your feet for weeks, unable to exercise. It’s due to this that you should avoid damaging your body at all costs. Read more