Reward your body with the TLC it deserves. Choose non-food rewards that don’t compromise your weight loss efforts
Focus on practicing moderation instead of seeing things in extremes. Reframe your diet extremist mindset, and watch the pounds drop!
Eating with more awareness can increase your overall satisfaction with the amount and types of foods you eat.
It’s no surprise that teens are especially at risk for weight management issues, since being overweight or too skinny can cause serious health risks.
If you’ve gotten sidetracked by a busy new year and aren’t meeting your goals, it’s time to reset your weight loss resolutions. Here are a few ways to recommit to a healthier lifestyle.
Weight gain is oftentimes an unfortunate side effect of aging. Fortunately, with simple lifestyle changes with the way you move and eat, you may be able to keep the pounds off — past 50.
Do you know how to create healthy meals for losing weight? Learn to enjoy a balanced diet without disrupting your lifestyle.
Take your fitness routine to the next level, try interval training to potentially burn more calories and boost your metabolism.
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.
Walking rules! It’s is the easiest way to get more physical activity into your day to support your weight loss goals and improve your health.