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3 Ways to Protect Your Cardiovascular Health

Often, when we talk about healthy lifestyle choices, we’re talking about diet and exercise tips that help you lose weight or maintain your weight. After all, being overweight is linked to many serious health conditions, so it makes sense to focus on that. Read more

4 Ways to Reap More Benefit From Walking

It is often said that walking is one of the best forms of exercise. You can do it almost anywhere, all you need is a decent pair of walking shoes, it’s free, and it requires no special skills. Almost anyone can start a walking program, and then gradually increase the length or difficulty of their walks as they get into shape. Read more

Why Does Weight Loss Sometimes Stall Out?

When you first started your weight loss program, you began to celebrate as the pounds gradually melted away. But now, you’ve been “stuck” at the same weight for two weeks. What’s going on? What causes weight loss plateaus, and what can you do about it? Read more

Two Things You Need to Know About Weight Loss

If you have made the decision to overhaul your lifestyle, and make a commitment to weight loss or fitness, we congratulate you on taking the first very important step to a longer and healthier life. This is a decision that no one ever regrets! That’s true whether you’re on a weight loss program due to doctor’s orders, because you’re warding off serious health problems, or simply because you want to look and feel healthier. At the end of this journey you’re going to be so glad you did it. Read more

How to Avoid Dietary Dangers at Restaurants

If you’re planning to travel this summer, you might find yourself dining in more restaurants than usual. This can pose a risk to your weight maintenance or weight loss plan, but that doesn’t mean you should give up on positive results until you return from your trip. If you’re aware of the dietary dangers that lurk in restaurants, it’s actually not too difficult to avoid them. Read more

3 Ways to Soothe Sore Muscles

It often seems inevitable; if you exercise, you’re probably going to experience sore muscles at some point. Delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS, usually appears between 24 and 48 hours after a workout. While most cases of DOMS are mild, sometimes you might feel so sore that you don’t want to continue exercising for a few days… And of course, we don’t want that! Staying active is one of the keys to weight loss and better health. Read more

5 Keys to a Longer Healthier Life

It probably won’t surprise you to hear that your behaviors can influence not only your health, but also your longevity. We’ve known these things for years, and they are no secret. However, it might surprise you to learn just how much your choices can affect your health, and how much longer you could live if you make the right ones. Read more

7 Sneaky Ways to Cut Calories

By now, you know that cutting back on your caloric intake is one of the two major keys to weight loss (the other being exercise). But that doesn’t mean you have to resign yourself to meals you don’t enjoy, or go hungry all of the time! There are plenty of small, sneaky ways to cut back on calories without drastically altering your entire lifestyle (of course, if you want to lose a significant amount of weight, you should still seek a doctor’s guidance). These seven calorie swaps can get you started. Read more

8 Tips to Make Healthy Meals More Exciting

We all talk about switching over to a better lifestyle, including more exercise and healthy meals, but many of us find those changes difficult to actually make. One reason is that our food choices become habit and we’re attached to our favorite meals. It’s hard to imagine that healthy meals can taste as good or feel as fulfilling. Read more

Cooking Might be the Key to Healthy Eating

Talk about “healthy eating” with just about anyone, and you’re likely to hear groans. Many people feel that eating healthfully can’t also be fun. Aren’t most of the “bad” foods also the tasty ones?

Actually, you might be surprised. Many dietitians will tell you that learning to prepare foods yourself is the first step to eating a healthy diet, and actually enjoying it. Read more

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