Walking for Weight Loss

In 20 minutes you can watch a sitcom, eat your lunch, or make a quick trip to the grocery store. More importantly, 20 minutes is all it takes to make a positive impact on your health. A recent study found those at risk or those who have cardiovascular disease can...

Exercise and Weight Loss

You’ve probably heard that exercise is crucial for weight loss. But research suggests that working out is most essential for keeping off the weight once you’ve lost it. You’ve probably heard time and time again that adding exercise to your life is crucial for...

Sleep and Your Weight: What’s the Connection?

If you’re feeling tired all the time and also like you’re gaining weight, it may not be your imagination. Sleep deprivation can cause people to develop metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that may include insulin resistance (when the body doesn’t properly use...

Probiotics: Your New Best Friends

You may not know it, but there is a battle raging inside your body every second of every day that has a large impact on your ability to lose weight. It’s primarily taking place inside your gut. On one side we have the “good gut bacteria,” the ones promoting good...

10 Stress Busters: Healthy Ways to Reduce Stress

Stress eating can quickly lead to weight gain, but there are plenty of healthy ways to reduce stress. Squash the burden for good with our 10 stress busters. Money is tight, work assignments are piling up, you just got into a fight with your friend, you don’t feel...

Making Good Resolutions for 2017

It’s time to gear up for 2017! The new year brings the feeling of a fresh start, which is why so many people make New Year’s resolutions. Weight loss is the most common resolution, but only 8 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually stick to them....