How to Keep Focused In the Face of Fad Weight Loss Theories

Posted: May 23, 2015

As far back as 2009, Time magazine ran a cover story titled “The Myth About Exercise”. The author complains that he exercises regularly but doesn’t lose any weight. He’s weighed 163 pounds (which is about average, for an average North American man, of average build) for most of his adult life. So he wonders “why isn’t all the exercise wiping it (extra weight) out?” In a separate issue, the jury is still out on whether it’s better to eat three read more…

Equip Your Kitchen for Weight Loss

Posted: May 21, 2015

This is the weight loss blog post you’ve been waiting for all your life. Why? Because it’s not going to tell you to eat less or get more exercise. It’s about finding new ways to make it easier to build healthier eating habits that, in turn, will help you sustain a healthier body weight. You know that just about the only way to take total control over what you eat – and therefore your weight – is to prepare your read more…

5 Scientifically Proven Weight Loss Tips

Posted: May 19, 2015

If only you had a nickel for every weight loss tip you found online, heard from a friend or read in a magazine. From “skip breakfast” to “go carb-free”, the tips are easy to come by, but the results are not. While weight loss tips and guidelines that are scientifically proven by reliable institutions might or might not produce the same results for you, by learning more about them, you will soon develop your own direction for your weight loss program ; one read more…