During my search to find what’s best to eat while trying to lower my cholesterol, I find that apart from porridge oats, the omega-3 in fish oils can be another “super cholesterol reducer”
Not only that, it appears from recent research that an added bonus could be their anti-ageing properties too. The report makes interesting reading and I shall certainly be increasing the amount of oily fish in my diet.
Read the report in the today’s ” Mail Online” http://bit.ly/cm6Sg7
I have just been thinking about all the stuff in the news lately about weightloss and dieting and how funny it is that this subject strikes a such chord with us women! Millions are continually being spent on trying to lose weight and yet, I think we all accept. if we take in more calories than we use we will never lose weight. (Medical conditions excluded)
I know this is true, so why is it that I have found myself standing on one leg on the bathroom scales, in the hope that they will register two or three pounds less? What’s that all about?
I read somewhere that first thing in the morning, I will be the lightest that I will weigh all day. Another article told me not to weigh too often as my weight will fluctuate throughout the day, whether I eat or not!
I try to eat healthily and take some exercise (the dog won’t go out if it’s raining) and of everything that I have tried I can honestly say that the thing that works for me is NO CARBS after 4pm. I feel less bloated, more energetic and less bad tempered (significant other very happy on this)
So I have decided that instead of hopping on and off the scales like a demented grasshopper, I will now only weigh once a month, trouble is, is that a calendar month or every four weeks? Help……………