Here are four ways to include grapefruit in your Jenny Craig menu.
Monday is easily the most stressful day of the week. Begin your week with a fresh start by going meatless on Monday.
When fall arrives, so do busy schedules and the chance to drop healthy habits. Don’t overlook fall with its perfectly crisp weather and farmer’s market produce!
Skip the steaming and pass on cooking vegetables in the microwave. If you want to bring out the flavors of fresh vegetables, try roasting them in the oven.
When ice covers the sidewalk and the snow is blowing, exercising outdoors is often out of the question. Instead of giving up on your healthy routine during the frigid months, find indoor activities to help burn calories and lose weight.
Looking to lose weight? Don’t shy away from whole grains!
The American Heart Association recommends 2–3 daily servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy products—read why and check with your consultant to see how you can work them into your Jenny Craig menu.
As with any health issue, the earlier you catch and treat diabetes the better. So become a symptom sleuth.
We know that you are working hard to manage your diabetes, and you’re reining it in on several fronts: menu, physical activity, monitoring your glucose levels, and regularly checking in with your doctor/diabetes educator.
To prevent hindering your weight loss motivation, make sure you’re staying calm and collected by practicing yoga. Carve out time each day to destress with these six relaxing yoga moves.