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Nutrition & Fitness
For Weight Loss, Make Cardio Your BFF!
Psst! Here’s a secret you may or may not know: eating a healthy diet isn’t enough to lose or maintain weight. Sorry, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, especially if you’ve finally made the decision to eat healthier, as part of your weight loss program. But, the sad news: healthy eating isn’t […]More
Find Your Fitness!
Nowadays, everyone is on the fitness kick — this is a good thing! With so many different activities to engage in, there’s no reason for anyone not to get some level of physical activity. Whether you enjoy walking, running, dancing, kickboxing, pilates, yoga, just to name a few, the one thing to remember: find a […]More
Why I Don’t Do Weight-Loss Diets!
I applaud anyone who voluntarily restricts their eating, for an extended period of time, to lose weight — more power to you! The thought of following a food-deprived routine just isn’t appealing to me — I have tried, and failed. Weight-loss diets aren’t easy to follow. You first have to get your mind right to […]More
10 Foods that Help You Burn More Fat
What do chocolates, avocados, and turmeric have in common? Well, for starters, they’re on the list of the top 10 fat burning foods. That’s right! These foods, along with a few others, work to help you burn more fat, which is the ultimate goal in any weight loss program. Several of these fat-busting foods work […]More
Key to Eating Healthy at Work: Pack Your Lunch!
Eating healthy at work is challenging, since we’re always pressed for time. With little time, you may opt for a trip to the nearest fast food place. And, though, you may choose to buy the healthier items on the menu, they’re not as healthy as you might think. Many are still loaded with high levels […]More
Key to Eating Healthy: Cook at Home
The verdict is in: people who cook more at home tend to eat healthier, and eat less fast food, according to a Johns Hopkins research study. Adults, who reported they cooked dinner six or seven nights a week, consumed fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less fat than adults, who only cooked once a week. Cooking […]More