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Wanna Lose Weight But Lazy To Go To The Gym? Here’s What To Do

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Are you looking for an efficient way to stay fit and be satisfied with your weight while enjoying the comfort of your home? Good news for you, since there are multiple ways to do it without going to the gym. Weight loss of one to two pounds per week is a safe and efficient method. As a result, a well-balanced diet combined with exercise can help you lose up to 32 pounds in four months. And most importantly, it is not necessary to join a gym to get in shape and lose weight.

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Meal Replacement Shakes – Does It Really Work?


It is safe to say that 2020 has proven to be quite a busy year, one that is filled with a series of unfortunate events thus far. For months now we have each experienced the side effects of quarantine, all of which include drowsiness, depression and serious vitamin deficiencies. However, of all the side effects none are as more pronounced or life-altering as the unsolicited weight gain most of us have endured. It is true that this pandemic has quashed our hopes regarding many things, but it is still possible for all couch potatoes to recover from all the eating they have been doing. So if you are looking to get back in shape and relish the perks of a slender figure there is one aspect that is worthy of your attention, that is meal replacement shakes. With that said, here is all you need to know about their credibility and efficiency. 

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Revealed: How to lose weight – drink plenty of red wine


Research shows that resveratrol, an ingredient fround in grapes, berries and red wine can help turn flab into calorie-burning ‘brown’ fat. Just drink responsibly!

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3:50PM BST 21 Jun 2015

Wine lovers rejoice! New research has shown that an ingredient in grapes, berries and red wine can turn excess flab into calorie-burning “brown” fat. The discovery suggests that diets containing the substance, resveratrol, may help combat obesity.

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Scientists gave mice amounts of resveratrol equivalent to humans consuming 12 ounces of fruit per day. They found that despite a high fat diet, the mice gained 40% less weight than animals not fed the compound.