Self-monitoring can be an important asset to the weight loss process. Self-monitoring is about building your awareness of what drives your choices, as well as what positive decisions you are making on your weight loss journey.
Be smart about what foods you grill this season — stick to items that are low-calorie and low-fat before firing up the grill.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, it's important to take your weight loss goals with you.
As you commit to finding ways to lose weight, get your family excited about new activities and new nutritious foods to try along with you. Here’s how to get your family on board with your weight loss journey.
Once you’ve reached your goal weight, you owe it to yourself to keep up the good work by continuing to foster better eating habits, exercising on a regular basis and surrounding yourself with supportive people.
Picking out one or two new habits or changes to your routine for a given week (and focusing only on those) can help you make more progress.
Getting rid of your “fat clothes”, improving your self confidence through exercise, and having a healthy perception of yourself are all ways to improve your self-esteem.
Stress is a normal occurrence, but there are healthy ways to reduce the feeling of being overwhelmed.
Instead of making more excuses and trying yet another failed fad diet, here’s how to rewrite your weight loss story and find success with our weight loss program.
Just because you're watching what you eat doesn't mean you have to stay away from summer BBQs with friends and family! You do have to stay away from diet pitfalls though. Use these tips to stay on track while still enjoying summer BBQs.