We’ve all done it. A treat outside of the typical, healthy eating regimen feels great the same day as a tough, high calorie-burning workout. Why not have a rich meal, few beers, or couple cups of rich ice cream?
Eating 150 calories versus drinking 150 calories can often feel like it registers differently in our brain. We are less likely to compensate for the calories we drink versus those we eat. Are calorie containing beverages
Have you ever found yourself rushing out the door in the morning without breakfast? The day passes by so quickly it can be hard to remember if in fact you ever did sit down to a meal. By the time dinner comes along
Like many of you, I used to think I had to be a member of the "clean plate club." I thought I had to eat everything on my plate at every single meal. Now I can better appreciate that being a member of the clean pla
Research conducted on mice at Johns Hopkins suggests that if one loses weight sooner rather than later in life the heart may be able to repair itself, reversing poor heart function. This offers even more reason not to sa
I'll be the first to admit that I can eat too fast. Sometimes I will even eat standing up as I'm tending to family matters or squeezing in a quick meal. Did you know if we slow our mealtime eating pace it will allow enou
Getting in that daily workout can carry guilt just as much as skipping it. It can be a strain to choose fitness over time with a spouse, child, friend, or loved one. Working out can feel more demanding than simply workin