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.
Studies suggest that giving your body small amounts of fuel at regular intervals helps to keep the metabolism fired up and working efficiently.
The American Heart Association recommends 2–3 daily servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy products—read why and check with your consultant to see how you can work them into your Jenny Craig menu.
Rather than sitting on the couch watching movies and snacking on whatever is in the pantry, get the family working out with you.
As with any health issue, the earlier you catch and treat diabetes the better. So become a symptom sleuth.
Having strong legs isn’t just about looking great in shorts—although that certainly doesn’t hurt! Your legs contain some of the largest muscle groups in the body, and healthy muscle mass is key to the fat-burning mechanisms in your metabolism.
Though you’ve hopefully been eating your vegetables throughout the winter, now’s the time when some of your favorites may start to come back into official “season”.
While we’re all for relaxing with a good book, pool time is also great for sneaking in a workout! Why exercise in the pool? Water provides more resistance than air, enabling you to move with more intensity and greater range of motion with less impact.
Looking for an easy way to add variety to your Jenny Craig menus, without adding fat or calories? Spice ‘em up!
A strong back is literally your foundation for a healthy body. Here are four simple no-equipment exercises to help you get started!