Fat Loss / Weight Loss
Staying on target with your diet and fitness goals may seem contradictory to enjoying a holiday feast with friends and family. Yet you really can enjoy your turkey with gravy and eat it too. If you plan accordingly, you can easily make both goals work for you! Here are 10 ways to keep your diet and fitness goals.
Three things are inevitable each Thanksgiving. People everywhere will warmly gather with friends and family around a table filled with delicious food and give thanks for the bounty that is life. People will pile their plates high with mashed potatoes, turkey and pumpkin pie.
The old 8X8 rule recommends drinking eight, eight-ounce glasses of water a day to ensure you’re properly hydrated. Yet if you’ve ever tried drinking that much water every day, you likely know how challenging it can be, but here’s the good news. You don’t have to drink all that water.
Let’s face it. Healthy foods go out the window pretty fast when pizza hits the table. And it’s not just the mouthwatering taste of melted cheese and tomato sauce that suddenly makes healthier foods seem about as appetizing as a jellied-eel smoothie.
Fast foods like pizza are also appealing because, as the name implies, they’re fast!
If you’ve been struggling to lose weight, you are not alone!
It’s easy to understand why the big drug companies don’t want you to know about 5 key nutrients that safely and naturally blast away stubborn fat… and why they want you to buy their weight-loss drugs… even if those drugs come with the risk of addiction and lethal side effects.
Few people dispute the taste appeal of brown sugar.
With its complex hints of toffee or caramel, brown sugar lends exquisite flavor to all kinds of recipes, from cookies to baked ham.
However, when it comes to brown sugar being “healthier” than white sugar, that’s just a myth. There’s really no difference between the two in terms of calories and nutrition..
Every New Year’s Eve, millions of people promise themselves, “This is the year I’m finally going to lose weight!” (Yes, they even include the exclamation mark.) Gym membership enrollments soar. Diet and weight-loss books fly off the shelves and people get serious about kicking their pudge to the curb. However, when February/March rolls around, those unwanted pounds return (if they’ve left at all).
Hey, it’s Amanda and a few hours have passed since eating my dinner, which usually means I’m making frequent trips to my refrigerator to look for something to nibble on. Truth be told, I am literally standing here with the refrigerator door open, typing this on my phone as I look for a healthy ...
Hey, it’s Matt, Senior Nutritionist. Today I wanted to talk about a "healthy" snack that I absolutely love—but is unfortunately one of the worst snacks for your waistline. I’m talking about trail mix, Even the organic, "super-healthy" varieties that you find at the health food stores aren’t a great "healthy" snack option...
I’m the Senior Nutritionist at Optimal Health and I’m thrilled to be meeting you.
Today I want to give you my Top 8 Reasons why lemon water + salt can be such an important (but simple) part of your daily routine.
Your health and energy levels for the day largely depend on what you eat in the morning. A glass of warm lemon water with salt can serve as your...
It’s Dr. Ben, and today I have a little science lesson for you about your “belly fat” hormone, also known as cortisol. It’s a hormone that your body releases to deal with stress, and unfortunately, high levels of cortisol have been linked to increased levels of abdominal fat...
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