By reducing stress, you can help your mental health and improve your outlook on your body image.
About one-third of American males are overweight, making weight loss an important goal.
Losing weight can be challenging, but with a long-term goal and a positive attitude, there's no reason why you can get the healthy body you want.
If you don't get a chance to exercise, don't worry, just take advantage of these little ways to help you lose weight and burn calories.
As you age, it's important to maintain a healthy diet and exercise plan to avoid gaining weight!
The holidays are a stressful time, from crowded family gatherings to crowded parking lots at the mall. It’s enough to make almost anyone skip the gym and seek solace in chocolate. Here are some tips on how to stress less this holiday season.
With restaurant portions getting bigger with every passing year, it can be challenging to know how much is too much when you’re dining out. For example, a typical single meal at your favorite chain restaurant may actually contain 2–4 servings!
Need some healthy snack ideas? As a general rule, your snacks should be high in protein or fiber, low in sugar and salt, and under 200 calories. Here are five easy ideas that fit the bill, if you watch your portions.
Don’t want to be counterproductive to your weight loss and fitness goals? Then you’ll definitely want to skip that double serving of ice cream, cupcake or large caramel mocha with whip cream and instead treat yourself with these non-food splurges.
A healthy adult’s sodium intake should be between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams. Yet the USDA reports that Americans aged two and older typically consume about 3,400 mg per day. Here are six surprising places all that excess sodium might be hiding.