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Easier said than done! For some, exercise can be one of life’s biggest challenges. We all know it is good for us, but not all of us get enough of it.
How will you take a “break” during your Spring Break this year? Taking some much needed time out to relax doesn’t necessarily mean taking a “break” from your weight loss goals.
The start of spring has long been associated with new growth. In fact, it was celebrated by ancient cultures because they knew it signaled a return of their food supply
Experts have found that as a nation, people are getting less sleep than they did 40 years ago—about 2 hours less per night.
Overcoming challenges as you begin to more actively manage your weight is expected, and one of the most important things to maintain along the way is a healthy body image.
Did you know: what you eat can affect your moods and energy levels, as well as your weight? And when isolated cravings become regular eating habits, nutrition can have a huge impact on your overall health, increasing your risk of heart disease and other chronic ailments.
Consumers spend billions of dollars every year on miracle potions, serums, and creams, each claiming to help us regain the dewy complexion that most of us took for granted in our teens and twenties.
We’ve all experienced the vicious cycle of stress—that little tiff with the spouse that leads to the afternoon snack attack, which leads to the self-imposed guilt trip, and so on. Who needs ANY of that?
In the blissful days before smart phones and laptops, the boundaries between one’s work and life were pretty clear: At the end of your workday, you’d leave your desk, and your work miraculously stayed there until your return the next day. What a concept!
Fall can be a tempting time, with tailgate parties, reading groups and other food-centric get-togethers popping up all over the place.