We all know that running can help us control our weight, improve our fitness and, crucially, make us feel better about ourselves. But all these things are complicated when you're suffering or recovering from an eating disorder. This week's question
Eat This, Not That! is an extremely useful food manual from the editors of Men’s Health and Women’s Health. It analyses restaurant menus and supermarket products in superb detail, so that you’ll come away with a better knowledge of what to eat and when, wherever you happen to be....
lexicon are “I’m trying to watch my weight” and “Does this make me look fat?”The fattest nation in EuropeUnfortunately, a recent report by the EU bestowed upon Britain the honour of the fattest nation in Europe. The information released by the European
Medical Association (JAMA) also found that we may be treating ourselves to more than we should. It indicated that people typically eat 92 per cent of any food they serve themselves, so as portion sizes creep up, so does our weight. Here are a few
Q My weight, diet and running habits have not changed for 20 years but my waistline has grown steadily. What’s going on? AEven runners who stay in top shape as they age may see their waistlines expand because of declining levels of “youth
In the past, I believed that a successful New Years resolution was not to set ones sights too high. Last year, for instance, I resolved to stop sleeping with Kate Moss. I also promised myself that I wouldnt accept any more leading roles in major Hollywood movies. It was fine: ...
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Q At my best I am your average physical wreck of a 40-year-old, looking to get fit. I’ve quit smoking, and I want to reach a level of fitness higher than I’ve had at any age. So I’ve started running to lose some weight. I’m finding it hard, I only
, height and weight. A 64kg man, for instance, has a BMR of about 1550 calories, while a 64kg womans BMR is around 1400 calories.As you lose weight, your BMR drops. This effectively means that you have to exercise harder and longer to burn the same number
At 26 years old, Tom Aikens was the youngest chef ever to earn a Michelin star. But for this veteran of the Virgin London Marathon and the Marathon des Sables, it's not enough for food to merely taste spectacular - it should boost your fitness, too. Here he takes your through six...
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