Monday, October 2, 2023

    Should You Track Hydration?

    You already know tracking your food intake is a great tool for achieving weight-loss success. The other important piece is tracking hydration. “Drinking enough water is not optional. It’s a nece

    8 Nutritionist-Approved Thanksgiving Breakfasts

    Thanksgiving is essentially the Super Bowl of food. The weeks leading up to it are filled with intense preparation, from selecting recipes to securing important ingredients. Then there’s a day o

    Is Alcohol Sabotaging Your Weight Loss?

    When you’re trying to lose weight, the standard advice of “eat fewer calories than you burn” still largely applies, but not all calories are created equal when it comes to the effect on your bod

    Why Travel Makes You Hungrier — And How to Combat It

    If you’ve ever felt hungrier on a plane, train or road trip, you’re not imagining it — research shows travel can alter healthy eating habits. A study published in the Journal of Occupational and

    7 Nutritionist-Approved Ways to Practice Moderation

    If you’ve ever tried to eat healthier, you’ve probably heard the advice you should eat the foods you love — in moderation. There’s a good reason for that. “Deprivation never works and often lead

    The One Mental Trick That May Aid Weight Loss

    Athletes use visualization to help them mentally rehearse and prepare for competition. Now “if you see it, you can achieve it” might be the mantra when it comes to weight loss as well, according

    Why Healthy Eating Beats Fad Diets

    The Boston Medical Center estimates that 45 million Americans go on a diet each year. In 2018, nearly half of all Americans resolved to lose weight or get into better shape. That’s a lot of peo

    What’s the Better Workout: Stairclimber or Treadmill?

    Whether you’re a fan of lacing up your sneakers for a walk or like to swim laps at the pool, there’s no denying it’s important to get a regular dose of cardio. Not only does it help to burn fat

    Is a Big Breakfast, Small Dinner Best For Weight Loss?

    You’ve probably heard the saying “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen and dinner like a pauper” or “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” But should your meals really get s

    4 Tips to Keep the Weight Off For Good

    Many people think their work is done once they reach their goal weight. However, maintaining weight is often a challenge in and of itself. In fact, many people who lose weight end up gaining it

    Are Protein-Packed Desserts Better For You?

    Protein is an important macronutrient for losing weight, building muscle and recovering from tough workouts — and many people don’t get enough. Because protein is viewed as healthy, many compani

    Ask the Dietitian: How Can You Overcome a Weight-Loss Plateau?

    Four words we hope to avoid at all costs when trying to shed pounds and slim back into shape: I’ve hit a plateau. Like the image conveys, you’re climbing, climbing, climbing toward your weight-l

    6 Food Trends to Look for in 2019

    Everyone loves to predict trends for the new year, including what we’ll be eating in restaurants and buying at grocery stores. But like many fads, just because things become popular doesn’t alwa

    9 Healthy Resolutions That May Lead to Weight Loss

    The new year is a time to reflect on the past 365 days and set new goals. However, if you’re pledging to lose weight, focusing solely on the scale can be deceiving since the number isn’t always

    6 Common Resolution-Making Mistakes to Avoid

    Losing weight is consistently one of the most popular New Year’s goals, however, 88% of people fail to keep their resolutions. Even if you’ve failed in the past, experts share how you can succee

    5 Ways to Avoid Healthy Food Burnout

    You do everything right, from always loading your plate with veggies to doing meal prep every Sunday, but then you hit that point — you just get tired of working so hard and feeling deprived. A

    10 Simple and Realistic Ways to Eat Healthier in 2019

    Healthy eating is a year-round thing, but January is often the time we take stock of our habits and commit to changing them for the better. This can be a positive thing, since motivation is cont

    5 Ways to Use Before-and-After Photos to Motivate

    As a middle-school kid, my favorite thing to draw was “makeover” images — usually starting with a limp-haired, glasses-wearing, mousy girl (myself, to be honest) who transformed into a glamorous

    How Much Lean Muscle Can You Really Gain?

    You’ve no doubt seen plenty of 30-day transformation stories. If you read enough of these, you may think going from lean to muscular is quick and easy. In real life, however, muscle growth is a

    Why Dry January Is a Weight-Loss Myth

    When it comes to weight loss, alcohol is an easy target since it’s full of so-called ‘empty calories’ — calories that come from food or drink sources with little-to-no nutrition. “The problem wi
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