The traditional burger packs a powerful calorie punch, but if you’re going to enjoy it, you might as well do it right! You’d be hard-pressed to find a flavorful burger in a floppy fast-food wrapper. Instead, try making your own… Continue Reading
Many times I hear people saying – “I work out so I can eat and drink anything I want” – I wish this was true. The problem is that most people eat and drink more than the calories they burn.
Is what you drink affecting your ability to lose weight? The short answer is yes. Liquid calories play a huge part in our health, and the amount you consume is directly related to your ability to control the number on… Continue Reading
Getting back on track with your diet can be easier than you think. Making slight adjustments can add up to big results. Read up for 11 tweaks to make your diet more effective—take them on a few at a time… Continue Reading
Can drinking more water help you lose weight? Yes, water has many health benefits like helping you boost your metabolism, cleansing your body of waste, and suppressing your appetite.
The key to effective and healthy weight loss is through diet and exercise, we know this. There is no fancy piece of exercise equipment that will help you spot reduce. Just as there is no miracle fruit that will melt… Continue Reading
Improving your diet doesn’t require significant resources to invest in a nutritionist or personal trainer. Whether you need a complete diet overhaul or minor adjustments, you can positively affect your health with just a few simple changes to your diet… Continue Reading
This week’s four tips include suggestions in each of the four elements you need to work on in order to achieve your health, fitness, wellness and weight loss goals: (eating right, exercise, support and accountability). Good Eating Tip
Do you eat when you are bored, upset or angry? Do you find that every day requires a chocolate bar to get you through the afternoon? If you are trying to lose weight, you may feel guilty about snacks. As… Continue Reading
The lemonade diet, in common with other similar citric juice diets, consists of surviving for a set number of days on various combinations of fruit juice, or syrup, or cayenne pepper.