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Are we Really Addicted to Food?

Written by Big Diet Project. Posted in Psychology

food syringeThe concept of food addiction has become very popular in recent years. People frequently describe cravings for specific foods, usually the energy dense, processed variety that are high in sugar, fat and/or salt. So profound is the belief that they are addicted to food, some people even describe themselves using terms such as “chocoholic”… 

Get Lifting!

Written by Big Diet Project. Posted in Fitness

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Most people who are new to exercise tend to opt for cardiovascular activities, such as running, swimming, cycling and power walking. They generally avoid weight training because they either believe that they need to be more experienced in exercise, or they fear a bulky, muscular appearance… 

On the hunt for the perfect snack!

Written by Big Diet Project. Posted in Diet

thCAJM44KMYou have probably heard this many times already, but it really is true:

Regular eating, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as 2-3 small snacks per day, helps in maintaining a healthy metabolic rate, reduces food cravings and helps you to stick to a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet.

However, even if people are following a regular meal plan, they still find themselves feeling ‘peckish’ and craving foods at certain times of the day. If this applies to you, then the answer is to add more healthy snacks to your diet.