Author: Angela Finn PSA: Ditching fruits to lose weight is not necessary, nor is it encouraged. Seriously! A while back, we busted the myth: You shouldn’t eat fruit because it’s high in sugar. Sure, fruits do contain carbohydrates (also known as naturally occurring sugars), but these carbohydrates are complex (literally and figuratively) and they are
Image Source: Getty / Chris Tobin You started running months ago, yet every time you hop on the scale, you’re let down by the results. What gives? While running does burn mega calories, here are some reasons you may not be seeing the weight-loss results you’re after. Postrun Pig-Outs Burning tons of calories can cause
Training in your driveway is a lot of fun, and more versatile than you might imagine. In fact, you can have a better workout in your driveway than you can at the gym. This full-body workout is appropriate for both women and men, of all fitness levels. It’s designed to develop healthy muscles while promoting
Author: Amanda Cofer, MPH Chances are you or someone you know has worked to lose weight on some kind of low-carb ketogenic diet. It’s growing popularity over the last few years has meant that these foods have made their way into grocery stores, recipe books, restaurants, and of course the weight loss and health industry.
Losing weight is no cake walk. Most diets for weight loss are restrictive, counterintuitive, and expensive. And the absurd thing is – after all the sacrifice, money, and anticipation – the weight typically comes back when you stop dieting! Fortunately, there are a handful of exceptions. The following diets are not comprehensive or sustainable weight
Author: Anna Frinzi What is the DASH Diet? D.A.S.H. stands for dietary approaches to stop hypertension and is an approach to eating that helps prevent or reduce the risk of high blood pressure. The DASH diet is viewed as an overall heart-healthy eating plan that is most beneficial when combined with other healthy lifestyle changes
Can you really lose weight by snacking? If you’re coming from a traditional diet background, the idea might sound a bit absurd. After all, food is calories. If you want to lose weight, eat less. It’s that simple… right? Actually, sustainable weight loss is anything but simple. For most people, making lasting change means building