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The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

February 25, 2014 10:33 am1 comment
The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

I thought, settling down to watch the BBC’s ‘Horizon: Sugar vs Fat’ that maybe, just maybe, I was going to learn something groundbreaking. Or failing that, at least something new. Or something interesting. What I saw instead was two tall, posh, good-looking doctors asking painfully ignorant questions of other doctors […]

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If You Weren’t Insecure Before, You Will Be Now.

January 28, 2014 1:25 pm2 comments
If You Weren’t Insecure Before, You Will Be Now.

We were all young girls once, and at some point in our younger years we have had to deal with constant and critical attacks on our bodies. Whether it be about our weight, our hair colour, our complexion. This, as some would argue, is just a process of growing up […]

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The excuses for gaining weight

November 8, 2012 10:00 am1 comment
The excuses for gaining weight

Reuters announced that America is the most obese nation in the world, with 34% of the country’s population classified as being grossly overweight. In Europe, it’s the United Kingdom that rules the day, being fifth place in the world’s classification. With more and more weight loss clubs around, various calorie-counting […]

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Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

July 7, 2012 9:07 pm0 comments
Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

In today’s society we seem to place a great deal of importance on individuals appearing confident and with high levels of self-esteem.  Just look around at our most successful role models, from politicians to actors to athletes.  All frequently appear in the public eye and seem to ooze self-confidence during […]

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