Hate Running? Then Don’t Do It!

Running has long been regarded as the go-to exercise for torching large amounts of calories in each workout. For those following a weight loss plan, or wanting to get in better shape, running often seems like the only solution. Luckily, for those who hate running, this isn’t true at all. Read more

What’s the Big Deal About Water?

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Venture into the weight loss section of any bookstore, and you’ll discover an abundance of books promoting one eating plan or another. Turn on the TV and you’ll see advertisements for various programs, promising to help you shed unwanted pounds. Weight loss plans vary significantly in the types of foods they promote, or the amount of exercise they claim is necessary. Some are even designed to address specific body types. But one thing remains constant, in every weight loss plan that has ever provided even a small measure of success: Water is important. Read more

How to Cope With a “Bad Body Day”

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We’ve all heard of the infamous “bad hair day”. You’ve probably even suffered through your fair share of them. But have you ever woken up in the morning, looked in the mirror, and thought, “Gosh, did I gain ten pounds overnight?”

It happens. It’s a “bad body day”, and for whatever reason, sometimes our reflection in the mirror doesn’t seem to be matching all of our hard work in the gym lately. Read more

5 Surprising Foods That Help You Lose Weight

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We often make the mistake of viewing our weight loss plan in terms of “things we can’t eat”. That’s actually a bad habit for several reasons: Making foods “off limits” can trigger more cravings for them, it teaches you to view healthy foods as a punishment, and it trains your brain to resent your weight loss plan. Read more

Are Healthy People More Successful?

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Most people would assume that successful individuals can afford better food, access to healthcare, a pricey gym membership, and so on. There’s no debating those things, and saying that successful people tend to be healthier probably sounds like a pretty obvious statement. Read more

3 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Exercise

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Whether you are participating in a weight loss plan, or training for a competitive event, exercise is a big part of your overall objectives. But sometimes it can become difficult to talk yourself into exercise, after a long day at the office and the stress of daily life. Try these three simple tricks to stay motivated, and as always, give us a call if you need nutritional advice or support. Read more

4 Signs that You’re Not Eating Enough

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If you’re like most people, you envision a weight loss plan in terms of cutting calories and deprivation of your favorite foods. Truthfully, the most successful plans focus on eating the right foods, rather than eliminating the “wrong” ones. But still, there is a certain amount of calorie-cutting that goes into any good weight loss plan. But can you go too far? Read more

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