Are Weekends Ruining Your Weight-Loss Routine?

Posted: December 30, 2019

You have a small, protein-filled breakfast now, instead of skipping it. You’ve started making your own lunches, instead of heading to the food court every day. Dinners are usually at home and you’re quickly assembling a tasty menu of easy-to-prepare dishes. Your TV-time snacks include veggies, fruits and nuts.  And you’re getting 10,000 steps on your fit bit at least a couple times a week. Wow. You’ve made some amazing changes to your eating habits and activity levels. You’re feeling read more…

The Best Bedtime Snacks for Losing Weight

Posted: December 26, 2019

If there’s one thing that everyone should understand about losing weight, it is that, to do it right, to do it healthily, to do it lastingly, it isn’t a simple “eat less, lose weight” proposition. And nowhere is the commitment and involvement needed for healthy, sustained weight loss more evident than in choosing the best bedtime snacks for losing weight. How to Choose the Best Bedtime Snacks for Weight Loss Once you commit to eating a healthier diet and trying read more…

Why It’s So Difficult to Change Your Eating Habits for Weight Loss

Posted: December 16, 2019

In rare cases, it’s a thyroid problem. Some people claim to just love food so much they just can’t stop eating it. Others feel that their metabolism is too slow for weight loss, so why bother changing their food habits? Whatever the case, whatever the excuse, legitimate or not, it’s not easy for anyone to change their eating habits for weight loss. We are habitual creatures after all and our routines around eating are among our most ingrained habits. One read more…

The Biggest Reason Why Weight-Loss Diets Don’t Work

Posted: December 9, 2019

If you’ve tried weight-loss diets and haven’t managed to keep the weight off, you probably don’t feel very good about it. But don’t be too critical of yourself. You’re fighting a losing battle. Approximately 95% of people who lose pounds from a weight-loss diet gain it all back within one to five years after finishing the diet. And they blame themselves for the failure. Here is the main reason that weight-loss diets don’t work. The Focus Should Be on Progress read more…