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.
Planning the night before and making quick, healthy breakfasts like smoothies can satisfy even the busiest of dieters.
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.
You’ve heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s true. Start the day off right by eating a complete, balanced breakfast, whether it’s a bowl of your favorite cereal or a light breakfast sandwich.
There is a science to weight loss, and Jenny Craig has been a leading expert for more than 30 years. Here are four key tips about timing your meals and setting your portions for optimal slimming power.
When you first begin a weight loss program, it’s natural to feel a bit hungry. But with savvy eating and regular snacking, you’ll eventually start to build a library of healthy habits that will help you curb cravings.
Going out to eat doesn’t have to ruin your diet. Here are a few ideas to keep you on track.
Keeping your hands clean, washing produce thoroughly and being careful with raw meats can help you prevent foodborne illness.
The best way to get the natural vitamins and minerals you need is through a balanced diet. By tracking what you eat and diversifying your meals, you can get all of the ingredients you need to feel great and lose weight at the same time!
Before you start ANY weight loss program—regardless of the time of year—it’s wise to do a thorough “spring cleaning” to get rid of potential temptations.