One myth about women and aging is that you become less happy with age. Studies show that well-being often increases later in life. Read on and discover other myths about aging that too many people still believe.
We know that stress can lead to weight gain – but how? Here are five ways stress can pack on the pounds.
Artificial sweeteners – they have zero calories and offer all of the sweetness of sugar. If you’re trying to control your weight, you might be tempted to stock up. However, a new study provides further evidence that artificial sweeteners, despite their lack of calories, may contribute to weight gain.
You’re exercising and eating right. But, your weight is continuing to climb. What’s causing it? Here are six possible factors linked with weight gain that you might not have considered.
Artificial sweeteners – they sound like a sweet deal. The taste of sweetness with no calories. Surely, they’re better for you than sugar when you’re trying to lose weight – or are they?
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.
Having a slow metabolism makes it hard to lose weight or even maintain your weight. The last thing we want to do is adopt habits that greatly slow our resting metabolic rate. A study even shows that the bacteria that reside in your gut may impact your resting metabolism and make it harder to lose […]
Stress – it can do a number on your health. Some people are also convinced it can make it harder to lose body fat and even lead to weight gain. Is there any truth to this idea? Read on and find what link, if any, there is between stress, changes in body composition, and weight […]
Nuts – they’re higher in calories than many foods and snacks. You might expect that eating them would lead to weight gain? But is there truth to this? Find out what research shows about eating nuts and the impact it has on body weight.
No doubt, WHAT you eat is important but what about when you eat it and how often? Some research suggests that giving our bodies a little “down time” between meals might pay off with a slimmer waistline and better health. Get the full scoop.