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Wine and your weight-gain

It's hard enough staying in shape with our busy lifestyles these days but are we making it harder with our lifestyle choices? After a busy day, many of us feel compelled to enjoy a glass or two of wine to help us relax or unwind. Whether or not you will gain weight from alcohol depends on what you drink, how much you drink, how often you drink, what you eat when you drink, and your unique body and lifestyle. Drinking alcohol - particularly in excessive amounts - has many other serious health risks beyond possible weight gain, including high blood pressure, high triglycerides, insulin resistance, heart disease, stroke, liver disease and some cancers. While the relationship between alcohol consumption and obesity remains unclear, there are good reasons to think that alcohol may play a role: Your liver recognises the byproducts of alcohol as toxins, so your body stops processing nutrients from food you've eaten while it takes care of the "bad guys" first. As a result, your

Can I drink both green tea and fat burner ? Will it effect my health?

I workout 5 days a week . I drink green tea every night

Can I drink fat burner before I go for workout because I will drink green tea at night

I workout at evening

Yeah, a good fat burner will help too. I have friends did that. No harm to take green tea and fat burner.
For lunch, you can eat *mi hoon soup for 4 days out of 7 days in a week instead of eating bread everyday. Bread can make you fat, i'm

It should be fine. Almost all fat burners have caffeine and/or stimulant in it, but it will be well out of your system by night time for your tea which also contains caffeine. But do some research on your selected fat burning product. Take a good look

Alot of these diet pill supplements seem to be a total waste of money and the best thing to do is just continue to eat a healthy well balance diet everyday.

Can i still take SlimQuick Fat Burner Powdered Drink while being on Amoxicillin?

Yes, amoxicillin is an antibiotic

Amoxicillin is an antibiotic, right? Should be fine.