Women and Dieting
Women and dieting
Over 80% of women are unhappy with their body image (Source: the Social Issues Research Centre, Aug 2008). That may be the reason why so many of us spend millions of pounds a year on diets and diet related products, trying to lose weight and then control the weight loss.
Diet.co.uk provides ways in which women can cultivate wellbeing through diet and exercise, as well as manage other health and life stage irregularities.
Certain foods like fresh fruits and vegetables contain chemicals that are considered to have an immensely beneficial effect on our wellbeing.
All nutritionists and dieticians are agreed on the point that our daily diet phenomenally affects our health, particularly if we are female.
A healthy diet is more important for women than men. We need to ensure that our iron resources are supplemented due to menstruation and during pregnancy. During pregnancy and the menopause women need to cope with debilitating hormonal irregularities which affect both our health and weight.
A healthy diet is critical for the wellbeing of new mothers, during and after pregnancy, and for babies.
It is vital for women to monitor their diet during menopause, enabling them to pass through this eventful stage of life as smoothly as possible. In older age, women need to remain keen on weight management, ensuring our diet prevents osteoporosis
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