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Fitness / 02.01.2019

[ad_1] Subcutaneous fat is considered normal - in fact everyone has some level of it. The amount of subcutaneous fat you develop depends on genetics as well as lifestyle factors such as diet. It’s not considered as dangerous as visceral fat and can help protect muscles and bones, but quite often (especially when it appears as love handles) it’s unwanted. So what can you do to get rid of it?Adding more high-quality protein to your meals can help you lose fat and maintain a healthy weight can help...

Fitness / 02.01.2019

[ad_1] Plans for a 'pudding tax' to put extra charges on sugary foods have failed to win the support of a senior Government cabinet member.Liz Truss MP, Chief Secretary of the Treasury, said she doesn't support the idea because it would put up the cost of living for families on low incomes.And she tweeted '#notguilty' alongside an article debunking claims sugar intake among British children is on the rise.Mrs Truss' comments come after health officials yesterday warned they would call for a sugar tax on cakes and biscuits...