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Why You Need To Eat FatRose BayIf I eat fat, I will get fat. This has been the mindset of many people over the years. Where does this thinking stem from? Back in the 90's we were made to believe this through clever marketing ploys and many companies then drained the fat out of their products. However, to keep the flavour they simply replaced fat with higher sugar content. As we now know, excess sugar in our body will convert into fat anyway. So this is not the answer.
- Weight Loss
Embrace MicronutrientsHawthornIt is easy to be daunted by the vast number of vitamins, nutrients and other micronutrients that the industry recommends to be incorporated in our daily diets. For this reason, we are often quick to take supplements, to satisfy our need for the goodness that micronutrients provide, and compensate for our lack of knowledge. This article seeks to educate about the benefits of common micronutrients and how to naturally include them in your daily diet.
- Weight Loss
What Makes A Good Role Model?DarlinghurstWe often hear the phrase 'you should never compare yourself to others'. However, if we don't compare ourselves to others we will never have an idea of what is possible. Of course comparing your work to that of another person can be downright depressing and demotivating. But of course it depends what you're learning from it. A constructive comparison is not reading "Twenty Things That All Millionaires Do". It is looking at someone who has been in a similar situation to you, analysing what they have done and applying what you can to your situation, not trying to duplicate something that is out of your reach.
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