Diet is the biggest component to losing fat and yet for most people, it's the hardest part to get right. If you burn 600 calories in a workout, you can easily eat twice that amount of calories back in just one junk food binge. As the saying goes, "you can't out-train a bad diet."
There is no 'one size fits all' approach when it comes to diet. I believe that having everything in moderation is the most sustainable way to eat but lets face it, it's not always that simple.
I'm a fast eater. I always have been. I think it's something to do with having three brothers, all of whom are bigger than me and can devour a whole pizza (and have) for a snack. It was eat or be eaten in my house growing up. If I go out for dinner or attend an event, I am renowned for engulfing my meal in two bites and then reaching for the sides because everyone else is still eating and it feels weird being empty handed, doesn't it? Functions are even worse because the wait
Every day we hear about a new 'superfood' or read another article published regurgitating food myths that have been proven wrong years ago. So I have made a list of food myths that I believe to be inaccurate but bear in mind that you may not agree with all of them... Like any article, it's up to you to reach your own conclusions by doing some further reading but have a look and see what you think of my '8 Food Myths Busted!' 1. Eggs are bad for your heart: Eggs are in fact a