Fall marks the return of football season—and with it comes a host of tailgating treats that threaten to throw your diet off track. Cheer on your favorite team without losing sight of your weight loss goals, by following these tailgating tips.
Processed foods with too much sodium may work against you, hurting both your weight loss goals and your cardiovascular health. Limit your sodium intake for a healthier you!
Smoothies make great meal or snacks and may be great additions to your diet plan. Just be sure to use healthy ingredients, so that you’re loading up on ‘good for you’ nutrients while feeling full.
For a creamy, cool alternative to ice cream, try blending frozen bananas for an innovative alternative. You don’t have to skip dessert, just be sure to make smart diet choices!
Make the most out of your grocery trips with a few shopping tips
This Valentine’s Day, you can avoid the enticing desserts and stay healthy.
Who doesn't love watching the numbers on the scale get smaller and smaller? Follow these four quick tips to keep your healthy eating habits on track without battling a grumbling tummy.
Water is key to keeping well, especially during endurance events such as the Heart Walk!
Most of us don’t intend to gain weight. Those extra pounds just sneak their way into our lives, a handful at a time.
Eating foods that are full of empty calories can be detrimental to your weight loss efforts and overall health. Read on to find out what empty calories are, where they can be found and why they can be bad for you.