By beating the humidity, staying hydrated, and wearing the right gear, you can keep up your motivation to lose weight and get fit, even when it’s humid.
This Valentine’s Day, you can avoid the enticing desserts and stay healthy.
For a day that is so focused on food, it’s easy to get lost in the kitchen and forget the true meaning of the day. Instead of concentrating on the pumpkin pie and gravy, here is what a healthy Thanksgiving looks like.
We’ve rounded up a handful of our favorite Greek-inspired recipes from the Jenny Craig Online Recipe Library, along with a couple of creative ways to “Greek out” with Jenny Craig Cuisine.
Here are a few ways diet and exercise can lower your risk for Type 2 diabetes.
If you’d like to take advantage of the beet’s unique flavors and many health benefits, here are three ways to make it happen.
When winter first arrives it can feel like a truly magical time. But by the time February rolls around, the early sunsets, chilly temps and snow shoveling can leave us feeling downright sorry for ourselves.
The onset of cooler weather and falling leaves may have you craving a warm drink in your favorite mug or from your local coffee shop. But how can you indulge in the season’s delicious drinks without sabotaging your diet?
Busy schedules can make it difficult to find the time to visit the treadmill or get to your favorite group exercise class at the gym. Instead of skipping a day of exercise, complete your workout in the comfort of your own home.
Pulling out your scarves and boots from the back of your closet can work up an appetite for comfort food fit for the cooling temperatures of autumn. Here are five tips for staying on track during the cooler season.