If you have a long history of dieting off and on, or losing weight and gaining it back, you may be a diet extremist. The key to diet success and a healthy lifestyle can be found in practicing moderation, rather than resorting to extreme measures.
Being active helps you lose weight, and it also helps reduce stress and improve your memory. Check out the benefits of physical activity -- they are incredible!
Weight loss, endurance, reduced stress and an overall sense of wellbeing are just some of the reason why you should get moving!
Life is unpredictable. Use strategies that helped you manage stress and emotions during the weight loss process or try new ones.
Your pantry may look a little bare after cleaning out the junk food, but keeping your kitchen filled with nutritious pantry items will keep you from abandoning your goals.
Finding the energy to stay on top of work, family schedules, and run errands while trying to stick to a weight loss program can be challenging if you don’t eat the right foods, space out your meals, and stay hydrated.
For most people, the weight loss journey isn’t a straight line. On some days, it’s easy-peasy; on others, you may feel like giving up. If you’re reading this on one of your “down” days, take heart.
Water is key to keeping well, especially during endurance events such as the Heart Walk!
Don’t forget to include the grocery foods on your menu somewhere in your day. The calories and nutrients they provide help keep you satisfied and help ensure nutritional balance
For a creamy, cool alternative to ice cream, try blending frozen bananas for an innovative alternative. You don’t have to skip dessert, just be sure to make smart diet choices!