Host Tina Van Horn talks about navigating the temptations of the holiday season while maintaining healthy habits. Learn how not to “over-do” the holidays, how to maintain your focus on weight maintenance, and control your stress levels during this entertaining but challenging time of year. Tina will share how Reliv products are an essential part of the solution and you’ll hear inspiring success stories from Reliv consumers.
You know your body benefits from heart-pumping exercise such as brisk walking at least 30 minutes a day. But don’t forget to work strength training into your routine, too. Continue reading “Why Everyone Should Strength Train”
Who says being jolly means having a belly like a bowl of jelly? You can still be merry this holiday season while you keep weight gain out in the cold. All it takes is following five simple rules. Continue reading “5 Ways to Keep Your Mood Up and Weight Down This Holiday Season”
If you’ve already reached your weight-loss goal, congratulations! Now it’s time for strategies to stay there. Check out these five tips to help you enjoy lasting weight-loss success: Continue reading “How to Keep the Weight Off Once You Reach Your Goal”
You lost the weight you wanted to lose. Hurray for you! Now it’s time for a reality check: your work is not done. From here on, you have to be vigilant so the weight doesn’t make an encore appearance. Sneaking in a midnight snack every night WILL add pounds. Sitting on the couch night after night WILL NOT prevent a belly from making a come back.
You worked hard to lose weight. Now stay in your groove. What got you there will keep you there. As with a car, house or the rest of your body, maintaining something is much easier than fixing it. Continue reading “Life After Weight Loss: How to Keep the Scale Steady”
Weight loss isn’t just about looking good; it’s about improving your health. While none of us prize a poochy tummy, belly fat can also be dangerous. A bulging belly is usually made up of two types of fat: visceral and subcutaneous. Subcutaneous fat lies just under the skin and is the most noticeable. Visceral fat, which still contributes to your girth, lies under the abdominal muscle and surrounds vital organs. The more visceral fat you have, the greater your chance of developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Continue reading “Bye, Bye, Belly!”