Could olive oil be the key to weight loss Scientists discover even the SMELL of it can make us feel fullOlive oil could aid weight loss by making people feel fuller for longer and by staving off hunger pangs During research, aroma extracts from the oil reduced the study group's calorie intake by nearly 200 a dayPeople who ate olive oil infused yoghurt had higher levels of the hormone serotonin in their blood By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 19:09 GMT, 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:45 GMT, 15 March 2013 Olive oil could aid weight loss by making you feel fuller for longer, according to a new study Olive oil could aid weight loss by making you feel fuller for longer, according to a new study.
Always read the label: How low fat can still mean high calories (and most of us don't know the meaning of 'light' food options) Study found many products have minimal differences'Little benefit in choosing low-fat options', Which said Most people don't know meaning of 'reduced fat' | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 19 September 2012 Many foods marketed as ‘low in fat’ contain the same number of calories as the standard options – and some have more sugar, a study has found.
What's the best yoghurt for your ailment | UPDATED: 07:42 GMT, 1 May 2012 Yoghurt can help build healthy bones A pot of yoghurt counts as one of the two or three dairy portions a day needed for healthy bones.
“When I was 75 last year, I employed a personal trainer”: Under the microscope with Sir Roy Strong The broadcaster and historian, 76, on why he wants to keep fit, his waistline, missing his wife and his biggest vice “I don”t have children or anyone to fall back on and I”ve realised I must keep myself as fit as I can,” said Sir Roy Strong WHAT’S YOUR SECRET FOR STAYING TRIM When I was 75 last year, I employed a personal trainer, Doug. I don’t have children or anyone to fall back on and I’ve realised I must keep myself as fit as I can