Can Atkins diet raise heart attack risk for women Eating high levels of protein can increase chance by a quarter | UPDATED: 06:25 GMT, 27 June 2012 Unbalanced diet: Women with diets low in carbohydrate but high in protein were found to be more at risk from heart attacks Women on the Atkins diet could be in danger of heart attacks and strokes later in life, claim researchers.
Lost weight Cut out 300 calories for good or you'll pile the pounds straight back onExperts now know why so many dieters pile the pounds straight back onSlimmers need to eat less than someone of the same weight who has not dietedThe phenomenon is caused by the effect dieting has on the way muscles work | UPDATED: 07:14 GMT, 16 May 2012 As every slimmer knows, it is when the diet ends that the hard work really begins.
'Hungover cure A full-fat can of Coke and a bar of chocolate': Under the microscope with Sophie Raworth | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 The BBC newscaster, 43, on marathon-training, why she won't have plastic surgery and how she got over her fear of flying 'Running is a great way to burn off the calories – I ran the London Marathon this year,' said Sophie Raworth EVER DIETED I’ve never really dieted as such, though I went on a pretty strict regime and started doing exercises to get back in shape after the birth of my second child (I have three now).
The boy who turned orange: He’d eaten too many carrots… but at least his future’s bright! The three-year-old is believed to be the only person in Britain to suffer from a condition that means his body cannot digest carotene, which gives foods such as carrots their colour.
Super obese mother who weighed more than her partner and four children combined loses 31st in just two years At her heaviest mother forced to sleep on sofa – because she couldn't manage the stairsMarie went on strict diet after her partner proposed A mother-of-four, who once weighed more than her whole family put together – has lost an incredible 31 stone.
Strict diet for two days “better than calorie counting all week” Women who stuck to fruit, vegetables and lean meat lost nearly twice as much weight than those constantly dieting Following a strict diet for just two days of the week is a far more effective way to lose weight than trying to calorie count all the time, researchers claim. They found that women who stuck to fruit, vegetables and lean meat for two days a week while being allowed to eat as much as they liked on the other days lost nearly twice as much weight than those who were dieting constantly.