TOWIE’s Fran Parman details mental and physical struggles before her 2st weight loss


She recently lost two stone in weight after being trolled when she returned to TOWIE for a cameo appearance during the show’s 10th anniversary in August.

And Fran Parman has opened up about the ‘bad’ mental and physical place she was in before embarking on her health and fitness journey earlier this year.

The reality star, 29, admitted she has to ‘remind’ herself to be healthy so that she doesn’t slip back into old habits, saying: ‘I don’t want to put my mental state through that anymore.’

Candid: Fran Parman has opened up about the ‘bad’ mental and physical place she was in before embarking on her health and fitness journey earlier this year

Explaining the struggle she faces, Fran shared a text from her gym alerting her that it was currently closed until further notice, and said:

‘So this morning I went to go to the gym and I

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The Habits That Drive the Most Weight Loss of All, Say Experts


Let’s face it: When it comes to losing weight, your daily habits are everything. And according to several top doctors, celebrity trainers, and experienced weight loss specialists we spoke to, there are at least nine habits you should be incorporating into your daily life if you want to see significant results. Curious what they are? Read on, because what follows are some of the all-time best habits you can do that are associated with successful weight loss. And for a handy list of tips and tricks that will help you along your weight loss journey, see these Lazy Ways to Lose Weight All December Long, Say Experts.

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“‘I’m so lazy.’ ‘I just need more willpower.’ Negative thoughts like these are an impediment to lasting weight loss,” says physician Sylvia Gonsahn-Bollie, M.D.

She advises you to kick your negative self-talk to the side (“and anyone else’s for that matter”), and

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5 health myths that are making your weight loss journey impossible


You’ve decided you want to start making healthier decisions – and that includes losing weight. You’re always at the gym, carefully monitoring your calorie intake and incorporating healthy snacks into your diet – but the scale hasn’t budged.

If this sounds familiar, your scale isn’t at fault – it’s the commonly believed health myths that are to blame. The good news? With the right information, it’s possible to get back on track, lose weight and start feeling healthier and more productive in no time. Here are a few common myths that might be sabotaging your weight loss goals and how to course-correct.

Myth #1: The more you exercise, the more lenient you can be with your diet

When it’s done in tandem with a healthy diet, exercise can help with weight loss. But if you’re continually justifying having a calorie-dense treat after your workout as having “earned it,” you may

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The Easiest Weight Loss Hack You Haven’t Tried Yet


When it comes to losing weight, the top strategies will always be nutrition and physical activity, so it makes sense to focus on those two things the most. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re the only ways you can drop weight. One significant addition? Quality sleep.

Numerous studies have connected poor sleep to weight gain—especially belly fat. For example, research commentary in Environmental Health Perspectives noted that shorter sleep has been correlated with obesity, hypertension, and other metabolic disorders. (Related: 15 Underrated Weight Loss Tips That Actually Work.)

Another study, published in the journal Sleep, found notable changes in body fat between short, average, and long-duration sleepers. Those outside the middle range of seven to eight hours were much more likely to experience gradual weight gain, even if they ate roughly the same amount of calories and got as much exercise as the average-duration sleepers.

This happens for

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Zara McDermott weight loss: Made in Chelsea star posts gym and diet motivation


Zara attracted lots of amiration when she claimed to have lost three stone. She has since snapped herself in the gym showing off her toned figure more.

The Made in Chelsea star praised trips to the gym for the past 18 months for benefitting her health.

She went in all weathers, proving dedication pays off.

Zara wrote on her Instagram account: “I’ve realised I don’t post enough about the gym and I should! So here’s me starting today!!

“It’s been a long 18 months of finding out what works for my body, dragging myself out of bed on some of the days I didn’t want to, walking to the gym in the freezing cold (like today) but honestly I have never been happier in myself!

READ MORE: Zara McDermott shed 3st following a simple diet – Made in Chelsea star before and after

Celebrating her weight loss on her Instagram

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Sneaky Weight Loss No-Nos That Will Totally Surprise You, Say Experts


Let’s face it: Most weight loss no-nos are total no-brainers. That plate of soggy fries? Bad idea. Same for those processed foods and bottles of soda. Too many hours binging The Queen’s Gambit on the couch without exercise? It may be wildly entertaining, but it won’t do any favors for your waistline.

But then there are weight loss mistakes that aren’t quite so obvious. For instance, did you know that you could be eating healthy foods that simply aren’t filling enough and therefore could be causing you to overeat over time? Or that using one of the oldest weight loss technologies ever—the humble scale—can backfire? Or that your favorite exercise routine could be holding you back from reaching your goals? All true, according to top weight loss experts we spoke to.

To learn some subtle and sneaky weight loss no-nos that will leave you surprised, read on, because we’ve compiled

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Weight loss: Fremont says Epping trucks can take their heavy loads somewhere else | Business


A new weight restriction placed on two streets in Fremont is creating big roadblocks for fuel and paving companies in Epping as tension over commercial truck traffic grows between the neighboring towns.

To the surprise of Epping town officials, Fremont selectmen last month adopted a weight-limit ordinance that prohibits vehicles with a gross weight rating of more than 26,000 pounds from using Shirkin and Rogers roads.


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15 Weight Loss Victories to Celebrate


Non-scale victories, also known as NSVs, are health improvements that result from small life changes. They may go unnoticed if you’re only focused on the scale as a measure of your success.

A bathroom scale shows a number — a snapshot of your weight at a given moment on a given day. But the journey to a healthier life can’t be reduced to a single frame so easily.

You can create a truer picture of your progress by recognizing the many improvements you’re experiencing day to day.

Instead of only focusing on your weight as a number on the scale, why not take a moment to add some of these non-scale victories to your win column?

1. Your clothes fit better than they used to

Your pants may let you know your weight is changing before the scale does. If your clothes are feeling more comfortable than they used to,

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Double Your Weight Loss Efforts in Just 15 Minutes a Day With This Healthy Habit




a tray of food on a plate: A new study finds food tracking increases weight loss and takes very little time.


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A new study finds food tracking increases weight loss and takes very little time.

  • Dietary monitoring, or tracking what you eat, has been proven to help people lose weight, but many shy away from it because it seems too time-consuming.
  • A 2019 study published in the journal Obesity finds that food tracking takes less than 15 minutes a day once you get the hang of it.
  • You don’t need to go overboard on detail, either: Meticulously describing your intake didn’t yield better results—but more frequent check-ins did.

If your goal is to lose weight or eat healthier overall, food tracking—keeping tabs on what you eat and when—is a proven way accomplish those objectives. One study of nearly 1,700 participants back in 2008 found that keeping a food diary can double your weight loss when you’re trying to shed some unwanted pounds.

It works,

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‘Celebrity Big Brother’s’ Ross Mathews Debuts 70-LB Weight Loss



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TV personality Ross Mathews attends the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium

Several Celebrity Big Brother contestants have been using their time at home to whip themselves into incredible shape. First Marissa Jaret Winokur showed off a new svelte figure and now it is Ross Mathews’ turn.

The Celebrity Big Brother runner-up and RuPaul’s Drag Race judge took to Instagram to share with all of his fans how and why he decided it was time to slim down.


Mathews Said He Was Inspired to Reclaim His Health After His Mom Died

In the post, Mathews said he will “always be a work in progress,” but it was time to break his pattern and get healthier.

“Breaking the pattern. 50lbs down today from my height in early June when I decided to reclaim my health after my mom died (70lbs down from my all-time),” wrote Mathews.

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