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With the winter season here, we may not be able to continue our exercise routine if we rely on outdoor activities.
What about after the holidays?
Holiday gatherings can challenge your efforts to lose weight, especially when you’re celebrating with many good friends.
Did you know 69% of adult Americans are overweight or obese?
Yes, rules don’t have to be negative where weight loss is concerned.
With the warm days of summer here, many of us are probably going to take some weekend trips or vacations during this summer season. If that is the case for you and your family, have fun!
Two holidays down and two more to go! Do you find yourself feeling overwhelmed and stressed out this time of year?
Americans are skipping breakfast more often. Some would think that missing a meal would decrease your calorie intake and help you lose weight. On the contrary, consuming breakfast can help promote weight loss.
Here are six things, according to the National Weight Control Registry which follows more than 10,000 people who have lost at least 30 pounds, they have done and continue to do to keep the weight off.
In order to lose weight, we need to burn more calories than we take in. You can boost your body’s metabolism to increase the number of calories you burn. Here are a few ways you can give your body a boost.
True of false; as a person gets older, do they become weaker, does their metabolism slow down, and is their body composition naturally higher in fat?
Beef has a lot of nutrients to offer. Beef is the number one source of zinc in America. A 3-ounce portion of beef can meet about half or more of most people’s daily zinc needs. Zinc is essential for our immune system, wound healing, and appetite control.
Take some time to make small changes to your life that may very well have long lasting effects on you and your family.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that eating a healthy, well balanced diet must cost a lot of money.
Four hundred people, who had lost 35 pounds or more, were asked to list the most important behavior changes they made in order to lose weight.
Many people find themselves making the same resolution year after year.
Hi, this is Eunice from Diet Center.
In my last tip the question “How do I eat what I need to eat to get my weight under control when the family eats the “good stuff” around me?” was addressed.
How do I eat what I need to eat to get my weight under control when the family eats the “good stuff” around me?