If you’re trying to lose weight on your own, you may have become preoccupied with every calorie and each ounce on the scale.
Here are some suggestions from your friends at Jenny Craig; there’s one for each month of the year.
Here are a few common emotions we’ve seen and experienced around our centers, and how to deal with them when they come.
If weight loss is your ultimate goal, eating less is more effective than exercising more.
Studies suggest that giving your body small amounts of fuel at regular intervals helps to keep the metabolism fired up and working efficiently.
Rather than sitting on the couch watching movies and snacking on whatever is in the pantry, get the family working out with you.
Having strong legs isn’t just about looking great in shorts—although that certainly doesn’t hurt! Your legs contain some of the largest muscle groups in the body, and healthy muscle mass is key to the fat-burning mechanisms in your metabolism.
Odds are one in three people in the United States will develop diabetes in their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As it turns out, though, one of the smartest things you can do to prevent ALS is something you should be doing already: eating your veggies.
To help achieve your weight loss goals and enhance your health and wellness, include resistance training every week in addition to your cardio activity to help you lose more fat and less muscle, tone your body and improve your shape.