Dreading going on a restrictive eating plan to lose the weight that somehow showed up over the past few months? (Years?) Don’t do it! Instead, lose the obsession with food and start using these other strategies to let the pounds … Continue reading How to Lose Weight Without Dieting – Weight Loss Tips
Almonds are totally getting all the love lately. You’ve probably got little packets of almond butter sitting at the bottom of all your purses (thanks, Justin’s) and can we take a minute to talk about the genius that is Skinny … Continue reading 7 Healthiest Nuts To Eat, According to Nutritionists
It’s fairly well-established that not every weight loss plan works for everyone. In fact, whether or not you can successfully lose weight depends on many factors, from your gender to your metabolism to your genes. But what if we told … Continue reading Ayurvedic Diet for Weight Loss
Let’s face it: dieting is hard. But if you believe proponents of the If it Fits Your Macros (or IIFYM) eating plan (also known as “flexible dieting“), you can eat anything you want and still lose weight — without counting calories. … Continue reading What Is the Macro Diet – How to Count Macros for Weight Loss
Next to back pain, knee pain is one of the most common complaints among both older adults and younger athletes. Knee injuries are one common cause … Continue reading Knee Pain Relief: 6 Natural Treatments, Including Exercises
There’s a lot you can accomplish in three weeks. You can binge watch a few seasons of your favorite show on Netflix. You can even break in new running shoes. Something that’s not as easy to do in 21 days? … Continue reading The 3 Week Diet Says It’ll Help You Lose 12+ Lbs
Drop 10 pounds, just by sipping your favorite java! Research shows that drinking eight ounces of coffee (for reference, a Starbucks tall is 12 ounces) can rev your metabolism by as much as 4 percent over two and a half … Continue reading How Coffee Can Help You Lose 10 Pounds Per Year
If you’ve ever tried to shed excess pounds, you know that losing weight can be a complicated (and frustrating) process. Not all foods—or calories, for that matter—are created equal, and just as some foods can expedite your weight loss journey, … Continue reading 6 Foods That May Be Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Goals
Obesity in America is on the rise. In fact, more than 20 percent of adults in every state are affected by this epidemic. And while there are many reasons why this may be — genetics, eating too much fast food … Continue reading Obesity Study – If Your Neighbors Are Obese, It Could Be Contagious
If you’ve dedicated 2018 to cooking and eating healthier, you’re going to need to stockpile accessible and easy recipes to keep you going. To help you out, we compiled a list of 13 impressive cookbooks that primarily focus on healthy … Continue reading 13 Delicious And Healthy Cookbooks We Can’t Cook Without
Not all diets are created equal, and some are frankly straight-up B.S. (ahem, alkaline diet). Luckily, research can help us sort through the snake oil and pinpoint the eating plans that are actually healthy. So just in time for a … Continue reading U.S. News Reveals Best Diets Rankings for 2018
Is sugar bad for you? While natural sugars are necessary, it’s no secret that excess sugar is detrimental to health. In fact, a high-sugar diet has been associated with a slew of health conditions, from diabetes to heart disease and … Continue reading Sugar Withdrawal Symptoms + How to Reduce Sugar Cravings
Scientific American asked the question back in 2015 if non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) was America’s greatest health risk of the times. In that year, the American Liver Foundation estimated that up to 25 percent of Americans were living with … Continue reading Are You One of the Many Women at Risk for Fatty Liver Disease?
What if you heard of a way to eat your favorite fried foods that made them taste just as delicious—with half of the calories and fat? You’d be totally game, right? Well, this isn’t just the stuff of legend. It’s … Continue reading Are Air-Fryers Healthy?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than a third of American adults are obese, which means that they have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive … Continue reading Weight-Loss Surgery: What Women Need to Know