Weight Loss Tips

Non-Hungry Eating: How to Take Control

If you eat when you aren't hungry you may be finding it difficult to lose weight. Here are some tips to help you fight the urge to eat when you aren't hungry, a habit which we call 'non-hungry eating'.

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Sleep Apnoea - The Fatigue of Sleep

Sleep Apnoea is a common disorder that often goes undiagnosed. Find out the signs, symptoms and what you can do.

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How Much Dietary Fat Should You Consume During Weight Loss?

Your body needs some fat for vitamin absorption, hormone regulation, the health of your heart and the protection of your vital organs. And you need some fat in your diet to enjoy the flavour and texture of your food. But how much dietary fat should you consume during weight loss?

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Eating Out: How to Keep it Healthy

With large portion sizes and high fat foods filling many restaurant menus, it can be difficult to make healthy choices when you eat out. But it's certainly not impossible. Here are some practical tips to help you stay in control when you are eating out.

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Alcohol & Weight Loss

At the Wesley LifeShape Clinic we're often asked if drinking alcohol can hinder weight loss. Here's our answer...

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A Healthy Weight Guide for Pregnancy

Many women take steps to improve their health when they are pregnant or planning a pregnancy. In this article we'll provide you with some guidelines to help you maintain a healthy weight before conception and during pregnancy

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