Labor Day weekend is upon us. It’s summer’s last hurrah, a food-filled weekend of BBQs and parties, not to mention many potential challenges for weight loss and healthy eating. Be ready for Labor Day by following the strategies below.
Although men and women have the similar motivations to lose weight, they have different views on weight and body image
Don’t let a trip to the grocery store sabotage your healthy meal plan. Have a plan, make a list, and use our tips to make nutritious choices.
Planning the night before and making quick, healthy breakfasts like smoothies can satisfy even the busiest of dieters.
Lapses in your diet plan can happen at any point in your weight loss journey. Prevent a lapse from turning into a relapse by changing how you react to it.
Starting a healthier diet with fruits and vegetables is a great way to lose weight, but it's important to make sure your produce is healthy to eat before cooking.
Lose weight and eat healthy -- make your calories count by using the food exchange system.
Stretching enhances flexibility, increases range of motion, prevents injury and can rejuvenate your spirit. Include stretching in your fitness routine for optimal health and wellness.
Do you feel like hibernating in the winter? Don’t let the cold weather deter you from keeping up with your weight loss and exercise plan. Follow these tips to stay on track and exercise away those winter blues.
You can still have a social life and lose weight -- pre-planning is half the battle! Just stay on track with your food choices during social events, and enjoy time with your friends and family.