How skipping is better than cycling at helping you keep hunger pangs at baySkipping rope is better than cycling for repressing hunger By Pat Hagan PUBLISHED: 01:38 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 21 February 2013 Craving Then grab your skipping rope If you fancy yet another slice of cake, start skipping.
Is this the ultimate diet carb The rice with just 8 calories in every bowl One portion of Slim Rice is said to make you feel full for four hours By Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 23:00 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:58 GMT, 16 February 2013 New product Slim Rice is said to have only 7.7 calories per 100g compared to 350 calories in white basmati rice For anyone trying to stick to a diet, carbohydrates are usually the enemy. But one type of rice is flying off the shelves, because it has virtually no calories.
Anyone for crap eggs with a side of nausea sauce Hilarious mistranslated menu items that will definitely not whet your appetite | UPDATED: 04:10 GMT, 25 December 2012 Who’s in the mood for some crap eggs with bamboo flavor How about some half grilled chicken & herpes or the car hit cheese bacon mushroom face Below are 15 hilarious menu items, mostly from East Asian countries, that got lost in translation. The photos of the funny food items are courtesy of BusinessPundit.com. Laugh as you scroll down and try not to lose your lunch thinking about them too hard.
Gerard Depardieu vows to give up his French passport and puts 40m Parisian mansion on the market in protest at huge tax hikesDepardieu, 63, is furious at French President Francois Hollande for several of his policies aimed at taking money away from the richHe wrote an open letter to French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault attacking the Government's 'punishment' of success | UPDATED: 17:18 GMT, 16 December 2012 Legendary actor Gerard Depardieu is to give up his French passport in protest at huge tax hikes imposed by the country's Government.
Forget diets, just think yourself thin: Believing a meal is bigger than it is helps to curb your appetiteThe study, published in the journal PLoS ONE adds to evidence that our memory of what we have eaten plays a key role in dampening appetite | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 6 December 2012 Forget fad diets and soggy salads and think yourself thin. A study has shown that believing a meal was bigger than it actually was can curb appetite. One hundred men and women were shown either a large or small bowl of soup and then given it to eat.