Often people think that to lose weight you should cut out fat. However, there are certain fats everyone should consume daily, in certain amounts. Fat is a nutrient that your body needs to function properly. The catch is: not all fat is created equal. This article breaks down for you which fats are good to eat, . . . → Read More: Good Fats: There is such a thing!
One thing that I know frustrates many people is the dreaded “weight loss plateau.” We’ve all been there; you’re staying on your plan, eating right, and adding more exercise, but that little bit just won’t come off. The last five pounds are by far the trickiest, right?
Well, here is . . . → Read More: The Weight Loss Plateau: How you can jump over it
Do you feel like every time you go on a “diet” you are never satisfied? Always hungry and looking for the next snack or meal?
When weight loss is your main goal to starting or maintaining a healthy life, the Principle of Volumetrics or “Crowding Out” can be a useful tool to your success.
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At the beginning of every year, the American Council on Exercise and the American College of Sports Medicine put out a report on what the leading fitness professionals believe will be the biggest fitness trends of the upcoming year. Similarly, nutrition councils and wellness professionals make their predictions for the same buzz around healthy foods . . . → Read More: Fitness, Food and Weight Loss Trends for 2012
You may have heard many of the benefits of Fiber; it keeps you fuller longer, it can help your digestive system work properly, and can assist in reducing cholesterol levels.
A recent study from India actually points to the the fact that the decrease of dietary fiber in more ‘westernized’ diets of highly processed foods, . . . → Read More: Fiber- Why it’s necessary for Weight Loss and a Healthy Body