5 Steps to Effective Food Journaling

When it comes to food journaling, or food logging, you will probably hear two different stories from those who have tried it. About half will say that a food journal was immensely helpful for their weight loss efforts, and about half will say it was too time-consuming or difficult. The first group would obviously encourage you to give it a go. As for the second group, we know that what works for some people simply doesn’t work for others… Or maybe the tactic would have been helpful, if they had better structured their efforts. Read more

3 Nutrition Myths That You Can Forget

If you’re pursuing a weight loss plan, or just want to live a healthier lifestyle, you’re going to find yourself inundated with advice. Online, in person, on magazine covers in the check-out line… Everywhere you look, someone is pushing a new nutrition “fact” at you. Read more

5 Benefits of Fiber

You probably already know that balancing different types of nutrients will be key to your weight loss or healthy living plan. But many people aren’t sure of why certain ones are so important, or how much of them they need to eat. Fiber is one of those nutrients. If you’ve wondered about the benefits of fiber and why so many nutritionists focus on it, here’s a brief guide to its important functions in your body. Read more

4 Foodie Trends to Watch in 2019

January 1 will bring a new year, a new you, and… new foods? If you’re on the self-improvement bandwagon (and most people are, at this time of year) you might be interested in the latest foodie trends that promise improved health and functioning. Are they really all they’re cracked up to be? Can they fit into your weight loss plan? Read more

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Sugar

When you begin a weight loss plan, you will quickly learn that sugar means empty calories, and is therefore your enemy. But aside from adding unnecessary calories to your diet, sugar actually impacts your health in a number of other ways. Here are five things you might not know about sugar. Read more

Reducing Blood Sugar Levels Can Help Prevent Disease

For patients with diabetes, their blood sugar levels are a daily concern. But the rest of us rarely (or ever) even consider it. That might be a mistake.

Your blood sugar levels can consistently run on the high side, even if you aren’t diabetic. The problem with this is that over time, high blood sugar can lead to insulin resistance, which can lead to diabetes. Over time, hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) can also damage your nerves, organs, and blood vessels. Read more

Should You Tweak Your Strength Training Workout?

If you’ve added strength training to your workout routine, we’re happy to hear it. Building lean muscles is one of the best ways to boost metabolism and weight loss, and also benefit your health overall.

However, it’s possible that you’re making a common mistake. Many weight training newbies set up a prescribed workout (such as one recommended by a friend or featured in a magazine) and then they never change that workout. This is a mistake, because over time your muscles will get stronger. They need more of a challenge, and you’re probably getting bored as well. Read more

Sneaky Ways to Boost Your Fiber Intake

Whether you’re trying to eat a healthier diet and prevent disease, or you’re actively pursuing a weight loss plan, adding more fiber to your diet should be one of the cornerstones of your strategy. Most people eating a typical American diet aren’t consuming nearly enough fiber, and it’s important for several reasons: 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

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

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