Taking the time to savor and enjoy your food can help with satiety, promote healthy eating habits, and help you reconnect with family.
Whether you’ve slipped a bit since reaching your goal or still have a ways to go, January 1st will always carry the promise of a fresh start.
It’s never easy to learn that you have any kind of chronic ailment, but learning you have type 2 diabetes can be especially overwhelming. Wondering where to go from here?
Here are some suggestions from your friends at Jenny Craig; there’s one for each month of the year.
Odds are one in three people in the United States will develop diabetes in their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As it turns out, though, one of the smartest things you can do to prevent ALS is something you should be doing already: eating your veggies.
To help achieve your weight loss goals and enhance your health and wellness, include resistance training every week in addition to your cardio activity to help you lose more fat and less muscle, tone your body and improve your shape.
Want to enjoy physical activity? Start with your thoughts.
Now that you've reached your goal, the focus can shift to maintaining this lost weight.
Even if you don’t feel very active, you can get in shape by taking small steps and building up to more movement.