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.
Rather than sitting on the couch in front of the TV and sleeping in every day of the holiday week, get your family together for fun fitness activities.
Curious about trying Pilates? Along with walking, it’s one of the most flexible, accommodating exercise methods out there.
With the advent of DVR (no commercials!) and subscription services (binge watching!), it’s easier than ever to fit “on demand” television into even the busiest weekly schedule.
With spring break just around the corner, you may have a bit of extra motivation to make healthy food choices.
Here are four ways to include grapefruit in your Jenny Craig menu.
Whether steamed or roasted in the oven with a tablespoon of olive oil, asparagus is a springtime favorite vegetable for good, healthy reasons.
When ice covers the sidewalk and the snow is blowing, exercising outdoors is often out of the question. Instead of giving up on your healthy routine during the frigid months, find indoor activities to help burn calories and lose weight.
Monday is easily the most stressful day of the week. Begin your week with a fresh start by going meatless on Monday.
Skip the steaming and pass on cooking vegetables in the microwave. If you want to bring out the flavors of fresh vegetables, try roasting them in the oven.