Click the link below to listen to my Podcast, Fat and Figuring It Out: Losing weight doesn’t always have to be about deprivation and denial. In fact, it shouldn’t be. Successful, sustainable weight loss is far more attainable when you focus on the quality of food rather than the quantity. Eat wholesome, nutritious, (and even calorie-filled) foodsContinue reading “8 Food That Are Surprisingly Good For Weight Loss”
With the end of the year and warmer weather comes celebration. And celebration often means delicious, decadent food and lots of it. Whether it be at a graduation party, family reunion or backyard barbecue with friends, there always seems to be a scrumptious spread calling your name. And let’s not forget the dessert table. OverindulgingContinue reading “How to eat healthy while still enjoying graduation party season”
Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January. It celebrates the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr., an influential American civil rights leader.
5 Ways To Jump Start Your Fitness Motivation Over 40% of women say that the reason they aren’t as fit and healthy as they would like is because of a lack of motivation. Another 40% say it’s because of laziness. So, how do you beat both laziness and a lack of motivation? You keep on reading, that’sContinue reading “How To Get Motivated To Workout:”
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It’s official. Holiday season is here. Starting this week health conscious people everywhere are bracing themselves for two solid months of parties, feasts and festivities. It can be overwhelming. Even though my #1 philosophy is that life should be awesome and you shouldn’t restrict yourself from things you enjoy, it can be helpful to enterContinue reading “Your 9-Step Strategy to Maintain Your Weight During the Holidays”
(fotostorm) The holidays can be a bittersweet time of year. On the one hand, you’ve got twinkle lights, hot chocolate, and holiday cheer galore. On the other, you’re surrounded by not-so-subtle reminders of what’s missing in your life—particularly, if you’re separated, divorced, or widowed. And even if you’re content with being single the rest of the year,Continue reading “9 ways to survive the holidays when you’re alone”
Courtesy of Goh Rhy Yan/Unsplash By Kevin Loria If you want to live a long and healthy life, you should make sure you’re getting enough exercise. It will keep your brain healthy and can add years to your life. Researchers have found that many fit older adults have the muscles and bones of people years — even decades — younger. And anyContinue reading “The 2 Exercises That Will Keep You Fit For Life No matter the season.”
When it comes to weight loss, maintenance is a victory in itself as it can sometimes be harder than losing in the first place. Here are some tried-and-true weight-maintenance tips I use during the holiday season.