4 Surprising Reasons to Lose the Weight This Year

SubscribeButton-webweightLosstapeUnless you’ve been living in a bunker for the past decade, you’ve probably heard the news that obesity is now an epidemic. Sixty percent of Americans are overweight. But understanding health risks often isn’t enough to motivate people to lose weight. So here are four more eye-opening reasons to drop those extra pounds. Continue reading “4 Surprising Reasons to Lose the Weight This Year”

Simple Diet Additions to Subtract Weight

When you’re trying to lose weight, sometimes it’s not what you cut out of your diet but what you add to it. While there’s no magic food, ingredient or pill that will melt off pounds, research is showing some nutrients can add oomph to your weight loss efforts. Continue reading “Simple Diet Additions to Subtract Weight”

Slash Stress, Melt Pounds

Having trouble losing weight? Pounds mysteriously piling on? Stress could be the culprit.
Some stress is beneficial and can get you moving and motivated. But when stress is prolonged, leaving you feeling dragged out, your body’s chemistry begins to change. Continue reading “Slash Stress, Melt Pounds”

4 Golden Rules for Greener Health

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Living green means we recycle, create less waste and use fewer resources. These are all important ways to protect the environment. But what are you doing to green up your health? A healthy environment and a healthy lifestyle go hand in hand. Let’s make every day “Green Health Day!” Continue reading “4 Golden Rules for Greener Health”

Say Goodnight to Weight Gain

SubscribeButton-webgood night obesityIn today’s busy society, we try to pack more and more into every day. As a result, sleep is usually the first thing sacrificed. But staying up late to get more work done, surf the Internet or watch television could be the culprit behind your weight gain or inability to lose weight. Continue reading “Say Goodnight to Weight Gain”

Go on the No-Diet Diet

SubscribeButton-webnon-dietA 2008 American Dietetic Association survey of nearly 800 adults showed that 43 percent do all they can to eat healthy and regularly exercise; 38 percent say they know they should do that but don’t do all they can; and 19 percent don’t feel a healthy diet and exercise are important. Continue reading “Go on the No-Diet Diet”