How do the lifestyle choices your partner makes affect your own health and fitness goals? A new study looked at this issue and came to some interesting conclusions. Find out how getting your partner to eat healthier and be more active works in your favor and how to get a reluctant partner to make better lifestyle choices.
Learn the secrets and science to losing weight safely and effectively.
What could be more discouraging than working hard to lose weight and failing to get results? This article discusses 6 possible reasons diet and exercise may not be causing your weight to drop and how to correct them.
Have you ever noticed how some people lose lots of weight on a particular diet while others struggle to lose a few pounds? Not everyone responds to a particular diet the same way. The type of diet you respond best to depends on factors like your age, genetics and whether you’re metabolically healthy. Find out more about individual variations in response to diet.
Could obesity actually be a problem at the cellular level? Inside cells are tiny organelles called mitochondria that produce energy. Some research shows obese people have mitochondria that function differently. Does obesity begin at the level of the mitochondria?
With so many books out there telling you how to boost your metabolism and how important it is to do so, the last thing you want to do is slow yours down. Certain diet and lifestyle habits can cause your metabolic rate to drop. Here are some you should know about.
Does one diet work better than another? Most importantly, are diets a long-term solution for weight loss? Find out what research shows about how one diet compares to another and the four pitfalls of following one.
It’s no secret that regular workouts make you stronger and more self-confident. It can even make your more productive at work and a stronger leader and more creative thinker in the work place. Discover five ways exercise can enhance your career and leadership abilities.
It’s not just holiday goodies and treats that contribute to weight gain in the winter – the winter season poses risks for weight gain. This article discusses four reasons people put on weight in the winter and how to avoid them.
Are you a healthy eater living with a French fry and pizzaholic? Naturally, you’d like to change their nutritional habits and help them see the benefits of eating a healthy diet. But what if you’re met with resistance? Here are five tips for living with an unhealthy eater without getting thrown off track.
Eating has a useful function – it helps us refuel. In the best of all possible worlds, we’d only eat when we hungry. Now a new study shows MOST eating is motivated by factors other than hunger. Surprised? Discover how psychological factors subtly influence how much and what you eat.