Once you’ve reached your goal weight, you owe it to yourself to keep up the good work by continuing to foster better eating habits, exercising on a regular basis and surrounding yourself with supportive people.
Eat your favorite foods and still lose weight. Just practice moderation and portion control.
Self-monitoring can be an important asset to the weight loss process. Self-monitoring is about building your awareness of what drives your choices, as well as what positive decisions you are making on your weight loss journey.
Weight gain is oftentimes an unfortunate side effect of aging. Fortunately, with simple lifestyle changes with the way you move and eat, you may be able to keep the pounds off — past 50.
Even if you hate to exercise, you can burn calories by setting small goals and doing activities you enjoy.
Just because you're watching what you eat doesn't mean you have to stay away from summer BBQs with friends and family! You do have to stay away from diet pitfalls though. Use these tips to stay on track while still enjoying summer BBQs.
Walking rules! It’s is the easiest way to get more physical activity into your day to support your weight loss goals and improve your health.
Make the most of your time by building more activity into everything you do. Every bit helps!
Excited but anxious to start an exercise plan? Get started with the right mindset, and set goals to get you there.
Mixed emotions are normal part of the weight loss process. Take time to reflect and remind yourself why you want to keep working towards your weight loss goal.