As one year comes to a close and another one begins, it’s a time for reflecting on the year past and making goals for the future. Weight loss continues to be the most popular type of New Year’s resolution made by Americans. Unfortunately, setting a New Year’s resolution is not the same thing as keeping a New Year’s resolution. In
Once Halloween has passed, all thoughts turn to the upcoming holiday season. While many of us joyfully look forward to spending time with family and friends during the holidays, they can also be sources of stress when you are trying to stick to a weight loss program. Learn how to avoid a dietary setback and tackle the holidays with confidence.
More than 67% people in the United States are overweight or obese, and 49% of adults are actively trying to lose weight. Although dieting is the most common method of attempted weight loss, it often doesn’t work out as well as hoped. Furthermore, repeatedly gaining and losing weight can have a negative impact on your metabolic activity and overall health.
We all know that eating healthy can be expensive. The methods of food production that boost the volume and speed at which foods can be produced tend to introduce unhealthy food stabilizers, flavor enhancers, and unnatural chemicals into the food. By contrast, healthy foods are grown in ways that are natural, or closer to natural. But naturally grown foods are
Most people would like to be slimmer, and many people stand to derive great health benefits from losing weight. This year many people will enter a weight loss program with the expectation of feeling better about their appearance, gaining energy, fitting into their favorite clothes, and possibly living longer. There are a number of health and other benefits that losing