Get your exclusive preview of The MAN v FAT Weight Loss Manual

Are you ready to lose weight? Sick of diet books that tell you to quit carbs, buy expensive equipment or follow complicated plans? So were we. That’s why we wrote the MAN v FAT Weight Loss Manual, a no bullshit account of everything you need to lose weight forever, with no tricks, diets or gimmicks. We’ve got an exclusive free preview for MAN v FAT readers. Simply click on the

Welcome Back To MAN v FAT

Miss us? Course you did. Shhhhhh! Shhhhh! There, there! Hush chil’, we’re back now. Hopefully, you can already see that we’ve spent the time since last we chatted usefully. Let’s just take a whistle-stop tour of some of the new elements on MAN v FAT, but brace yourself – there’s ! going ! to ! be ! exclamation ! marks! A whole new look! We’ve killed the pointless front page,

What Diet Gear Should You Buy?

By 2017, the weight loss market is expected to be worth $361 billion dollars. That’s a lot of Thighmasters. But for every piece of kit that actually helps people to lose weight, there are a million more that are simply languishing in the loft of shame, providing an amusing home for spiders. So we wanted to pinpoint the truly essential weight loss equipment. These are the things that will actually

Five Ways To Not Hate Having Your Photo Taken

A recurring theme for bigger men is that they hate having their photo taken. We asked Man V Fat forumite and professional photographer for his advice on looking good on camera even if you’re not at target weight. ******* Have you ever been gripped with fear when a camera comes out of someone’s pocket at a party? Do you get cold sweats thinking about family portraits? Are you self-conscious or embarrassed

Weightwatchers V MyFitnessPal

I’ve just been looking at switching from WeightWatchers to MyFitnessPal but having entered in all the relevant info have found MFP wildly at odds with WW calculations. For instance on WW I was given 47 points a day which equates to roughly 1800 calories and was losing between 1-2lbs/week, sometimes more sometimes less. MFP has taken all my stats into consideration and allotted me 1200 calories a day with a