November 29 has been named as the day dieters are most likely to give in to their cravings and fall off the wagon
November 29 has been named as the ‘Day of Vice’ when women dieting all over the country fall of the wagon and start indulging in the festive treats on offer in the run up to Christmas, a new survey revealed.
The end of November is the single most unsuccessful day for dieters, when 60 per cent give up on attempts to lose weight.
Dieting is hard, and it’s almost impossible to stick to a disciplined and sensible dietary regime. Which is why you need the help of companies like the one behind this article, to step in where your own willpower fails:
Izzy Cameron, nutrition and weight management specialist at Diet Chef, which carried out the research, said: “It is hard to give up alcohol and all those sweet treats especially at this time of year, but if you want to shed those pounds they are the secret calories that can easily add up; even those handful of chocolates from the Christmas tin.
Where would we be without a faddy dieting firm to tell us how useless our own willpower is when it comes to watching what we eat?
Research reveals top 100 baby names and shows families are choosing not to name their children after members of the Royal family.
Parents have moved away from naming their babies after members of the Royal family because they do not want to be seen as copycats.
Cashing in on the popularity of two things people like to see in the newspapers – long running and unrealistic dramas involving unconvincing characters that couldn’t exist in the real world, and Breaking Bad – we have the revelation that parents follow trends when looking to choose a name for their baby.
Who placed the headline-baiting story into the newspapers, under the refreshingly honest byline ‘Agencies’?
The shift in attitudes was revealed by researchers for the website BabyCentre, who have released the top 100 baby names for 2013. Olivia was the most popular for girls, and Oliver for boys, up three places from last year.
The source was a website aimed at new parents, clearly aiming to make a few headlines to advertise their existence.