Timbaland, known for his legendary work as a songwriter and producer, has recently shared his weight loss transformation photo on Instagram with a caption, “Work n progress!!!!!!! Stay committed. Continue to diet!!” In 2016, he revealed that he lost an astounding 60kg, although he did not reveal his diet or workout routine.
Some online fake scammers have targeted Meghan Markle for endorsing or promoting weight loss pills. Since the Duchess of Sussex guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue and shared her favorite exercise regimen, scammers have started making false claims that she has been using and promoting weight loss supplements.
Lifestyle Journalist Rachel Hosie wrote about her story on Insider and explained how she lost 35 pounds in six months without going on a diet. She wrote about seven lessons she learned on how to eat to lose weight effectively, which is healthy as well as sustainable.
According to new research, sleeping with lights or television on could increase the risk of weight gain or even obesity because it affects your metabolism. It has been found that people who sleep with lights or TV on are more likely to gain at least 11 pounds over a period of five years.
Walking is undeniably one of the best ways to deal with weight loss. However, many are not sure how much walking one needs to lose weight. Two experts Tom Holland and Jackie Vick explained POPSUGAR that a 30-minute walking with a few intervals is enough to shed those extra pounds and burn calories.
According to a new study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, children who are teased for being overweight or obese had an increased body mass by more than 30% due to behavioral changes such as binge eating and avoiding exercise. Another possibility is the stimulation of cortisol, which could lead to weight gain.
According to a large new study conducted on more than 12,000 British adults, people who are obese may have shrinkage in their brain, especially in middle-aged people. The study analyzed the MRI brain scans and the researchers found that more the body fat people had, less the volume of gray matter they have, at least in certain areas of the brain.