5 Facts You Should Know About Your Metabolism

Posted: September 26, 2015

It’s one of the most popular reasons for not eating healthier foods, getting the right nutrition and losing weight. “I have a slow metabolism” But a “slow metabolism” has little or no effect on anyone’s ability to lose weight. It’s just a convenient excuse. You can keep making excuses or you can learn more about your metabolism and the role it plays in your health and wellbeing – and how to use it to help you manage your weight. 1. read more…

5 Healthy Eating Habits that Boost Your Nutrition

Posted: September 24, 2015

This may seem counterintuitive. The fact that we consider people who are at their proper weight to be healthier is a serious problem. So serious that it causes many of us to jump on fad diets that produce relatively quick weight loss – and the healthy, more attractive look we seek. The problems happen because many of those crash diets rob us of the basic nutrition we need to live healthily. So while the diets make us look healthy, they read more…

The 5 Biggest Weight Loss Lies You Tell Yourself

Posted: September 4, 2015

It’s not like we set out to deceive ourselves. It has more to do without our fear of change and failure. But whatever the cause, there are a number of things we tell ourselves about weight loss that are simply not true. And many of them can cause us to never try to eat healthier foods, or to abandon our weight management program at the first sign of trouble. Have you ever told yourself any of these “lies” about you’re your weight loss? read more…

4 Fresh Tips for Weight Loss

Posted: September 2, 2015

While losing weight healthily and changing your eating and lifestyle habits may not be easy, the sheer amount of information, tips and advice that’s available, some of it conflicting, can create a level of confusion that makes success even more difficult. But the recently released results of an extensive study done by researchers at Tufts University helps cut through the clutter. The research of over 16 years of data from more than 120,000 women and men points to some simple, read more…