We all find it difficult to meet our weight loss resolutions, and now a new study has made it official that it is indeed tough to shed those extra kilos.
Researchers have developed a targeted approach to override the "energy saving" mode and allow muscle to burn more energy, even during low to moderate exercise.
Climbing stairs is the best way to burns calories than taking a traditional walk and it increases chance of achieving weight loss.
So it turns out the price of healthy living is really not that much, as a mere 60 seconds walk per day can help cut the risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Every minute of physical activity contributes to reducing risk of heart attack and coronary death in older adults with limited mobility, says a study.
Middle-aged women, who keep physically active at least few times a week, face lesser risk of heart disease, stroke and blood clots.
A recent study has found that eating like a caveman i.e. veggies, can really help in losing large pounds rather than opting for crash diet plans.
A new research has found that social media posts helps in losing weight and especially assists in maintaining it later in life.
There may be a spicy way to keep your body in shape, as scientists have found that adding capsaicin from chili peppers to a diet may just help to prevent weight gain.
Get in Shape India, a SugarFree India initiative with ex-servicemen as stars, urged people to shed the extra calories and feel good by donating to the Akshaya Patra Foundation.
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