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.
Risks of yo-yo dieting and how a weight loss clinic can help you keep the weight off Dieting is the most common way for people to try to lose weight. Unfortunately, conventional diets are one of the least effective methods of achieving long-term weight loss. A 2007 dieting study from the University of California Los Angeles found that although people
More than 90% of college-aged women have tried a diet at some point in their lives, with a significant proportion of men and women dieting throughout their adulthood. Unfortunately, though, the majority of people who diet regain the weight within 1 to 5 years, according to research from the Council on Size and Weight Discrimination. Finding an effective weight loss
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.
Medical weight loss can be life-changing and truly transformative. However, like any medical intervention, it is important to understand the challenges of medical weight loss from the outset. One of the biggest struggles individuals face is how to keep weight off after a weight loss intervention. Learn how to prepare yourself for life after medical weight loss to ensure that
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
Weight loss, it’s one of the most difficult things to achieve and to maintain- especially as we age. Every week there seems to be a new fad diet being pushed on fitness-hungry consumers of all kinds of products from dietary supplements to exercise equipment. There are powerful biological reasons behind this, and the fact that we are surrounded by an
We know losing weight and staying fit is a challenge for just about everyone. The cause of all the trouble really is the fact that our bodies and brains are optimized to live in a situation where meals are small, few, and far between. In such an environment, our biology only needs to drive us to seek out the richest