You've got your cinema ticket and now its time to head to the snack counter and splash out on tempting treats to keep you satisfied for the entire 2 hour film...
But.. have you ever thought about the calories in some of your favourite cinema treats? You might just be surprised.
With roughly 75% of the world finding it difficult to digest lactose, it is no wonder the plant-based milk industry is booming.
With more variations of non-dairy milks appearing on our shelves it is time to get to know their benefits and how they can be incorporated into a healthy diet.
Do you struggle to get your kids to eat vegetables? Do they always choose sweets and crisps over nutritious snacks? Everyone knows it is a struggle and that is why here at Scottish Slimmers you can learn some top tips for getting your kids to eat healthy.
A healthy body inside and out helps to ward off illness and keep you healthy throughout the year.
All across the world, we see a rise in chronic diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes and more. Our immediate go to solution is prescription after prescription resulting in us spending our time trying to remember to take our morning, afternoon and evening pills. However, the growth of the pharmaceutical industry is leaving us even more sick and developing more diseases.
How does this make sense and what can we do to change it?
Have we thought that healthier eating would result in less disease, less hospital administrations and a healthy society?
'Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food' attributed to the Hippocrates, Father of medicine.
What is sugar?
Sugars are simple carbohydrates that the body breaks down to produce energy. The digested form is glucose which travels to the bloodstream and is taken up by the cells.
Sugar comes in the form of natural, from fruit, honey coconut syrup and dates whereas artificial sugar is found in sugary drinks, sweets and cakes.
Here we will uncover the truth behind what happens when you consume natural sugar vs artificial sugar.
Slimming down can be so easy to put on hold especially if you're having a particularly busy time at work, personally or perhaps you just have a lot of parties to go to!
"I'll start again tomorrow" is a common phrase... but do you ever start?
Diabetes is a long-term serious health problem that can occur by eating too much sugar. Excessive sugar consumption raises blood glucose levels, increasing insulin production causing type 2 diabetes.
The World Health Organization estimates that over 382 million people worldwide including 4.05 million people in the UK have diabetes.
Losing weight, eating well and keeping fit can be life changing and can boost your all round health....
Going up a dress size every 10 years makes you one third more likely to develop breast cancer, according to findings from Cancer Research UK.
Here we will delve into 10 great reasons to get lean!
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