Are you convinced that you have a slow metabolism because you can’t lose weight? What does that really mean, anyway? Read on and you’ll discover five factors that affect your resting metabolic rate and what you can do to maximize how much energy you burn at rest.
Learn the secrets and science to losing weight safely and effectively.
Juicing is a popular strategy for weight loss and many people see it as being healthy. However, don’t be too quick to jump on board the juice bandwagon if you’re trying to lose weight. Here are five reasons why.
If you’re trying to lose weight, exercise should be part of your overall plan. Yet, there are certain pitfalls you should avoid when trying to lose weight through exercise. Here are five you should know about.
Can apple cider vinegar help you lose body fat? That’s what a recent study suggests. Find out what benefits vinegar may offer in terms of keeping your waistline trim and your body healthy.
You’ve heard about people being addicted to nicotine or other drugs – but what about food addiction? Can you be addicted to food in the same way people are addicted to other substances? Find out why food may be as addictive as drugs and what foods are most likely to be addictive.
Are you doing everything right and still gaining weight after menopause? It IS harder to control body fat after your hormones change. If you’re doing everything right and are still gaining, here are five possible reasons why.
It’s hard not to be a little indulgent around the holidays. However, stick to your exercise routine. Not only can exercise help you avoid holiday weight gain, it may also reduce the impact eating a high-glycemic, calorie-rich diet has on your short and long-term health.
The composition of what you eat matters in terms of health – but what about the order in which you eat it? There’s growing evidence that consuming macronutrients in a certain sequence can change how it impacts your body.
Refined carbohydrates lack fiber, unlike many whole foods that are an abundant source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It’s no secret that refined carbs aren’t good for you – but can they actually cause you to overeat?
Is it easier to gain weight in the winter? The average person gains around 3 pounds during the cold, winter months. Here are 6 reasons why and what you can do to prevent them.