Losing weight is always a struggle, in fact obesity rates in Australia have almost doubled since 1995 according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. And the news is even worse for women aged 25-34 who are gaining weight the fastest.
But there is one thing that could be stopping us from shifting the kilos: Our love of takeaways and convenience food.
A study commissioned by Deliveroo has found that 69 per cent of consumers in Singapore order from food delivery apps at least once a month.
Published on March 18, the report also said that people in their thirties seem to be particularly active on food delivery apps. According to Deliveroo, 47 per cent of users in their thirties are likely to order food from food delivery apps more than three times a month.
While it may be convenient, takeaway foods can wreak havoc on your waistline when consumed in excess. To combat the pitfalls of ordering food online too often, we’re offering up super-simple weightloss hacks that will pay off in the long run for both your mind and body: