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A food preservative is a substance added to foods to make them last longer; to “preserve” them. Preservatives are added to foods that go bad quickly and have found themselves in all kinds of products in our supermarkets. Preservatives work to preserve food in a few different ways. Some prevent the growth of bacteria and mould. Others prevent delicate fats from going rancid. There are so many preservatives out there. While preservatives added to foods

Work Smarter For Weight Loss

Posted by Louise Digby on December 18, 2018

Inflammation, hormone imbalance and blood sugar imbalance are all driving your weight gain or preventing weight loss. Eating less and exercising more will not correct those imbalances no matter how hard you work. If you want to be successful (and that means to lose weight AND keeping it off long-term) then you’ve got to work SMARTER. Kick-start your success by joining me for my free 5 day challenge to curb carb cravings, starting January 5th
Christmas. The number 1 thing I look forward to at Christmas is spending time with my loved ones. Spending time playing games and eating. The work and club Christmas meals, Christmas dinner, advent calendars, selection boxes, mince pies, Christmas pudding, brandy butter, spiced cookies, baileys, mulled wine, bucks fizz and on and on the feast goes! It’s relentless! It’s a time when your months of hard work can be undone in just a few days.

The Weight Loss Mindset

Posted by Louise Digby on December 10, 2018

Those who lose weight and keep it off have a very different mindset to ‘dieters’. The successful think about forever not just the coming weeks or months. The successful think about what they’re trying to gain, not how much weight they have to lose! Join Us For Our Free 5 Day Detox... More Articles Like This...
Anyone that has worked with me or has been to one of my talks will know that I typically recommend skipping the snacks. There are a few good reasons for this: Eating too frequently can prevent blood sugar and insulin levels from staying in the healthy range, leading to increased fat storage. Eating too frequently switches off a super important process in the small intestine called the ‘migrating motor complex’. This clears bacteria preventing overgrowth.
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