A diet extremist mindset is a poor way to get the weight loss results you want.
Breaking the binge habit is hard. It helps to make small decisions to lead up to self-control.
Healthy snacking can actually be a great asset to any meal plan, since it's a great way to maximize your energy over an extended period of time.
Think you’re not good enough? Worried you’ll fail? Don’t be your own worst critic. A positive attitude can go a long way, especially if you’re trying to lose weight.
Along your weight loss journey, it can be hard to navigate social situations, especially when your friends and family don’t have the same goals you do. Here’s how to balance a healthy lifestyle and still have fun with your friends.
If you have a long history of dieting off and on, or losing weight and gaining it back, you may be a diet extremist. The key to diet success and a healthy lifestyle can be found in practicing moderation, rather than resorting to extreme measures.
You’ve made it to your goal weight! Now it’s time to take everything you’ve learned and maintain it. Stay focused—keeping it off takes effort too.
Be proud -- you’re living an active life! But don’t stop there. Push a little harder to help you maintain your lost weight, improve your health and be more fit.
Life is unpredictable. Use strategies that helped you manage stress and emotions during the weight loss process or try new ones.
The best physical activity plan for weight loss and maintenance includes cardio, resistance and stretching activities.