Don’t let holiday celebrations sabotage your weight loss efforts. Here are 7 strategies that can help.
Walking is a great way to increase the amount of physical activity you do. These tips can get you started.
Walking is a low-risk physical activity that’s the perfect way to ease into moving more if you’ve been relatively sedentary. It can also be adapted to any fitness level, making it an extremely versatile way to increase fitness and improve your health.
In addition to helping you lose weight, walking offers a number of health benefits including:
No need to smother butter and salt on this corn on the cob. Healthy olive oil and fragrant herbs and spices will make this easy corn on the cob a favorite summer side dish.
Depression and obesity are two very challenging health issues, and scientists continue to explore the complicated physical and psychological links between them.
Too much weight can also have a serious impact on your bones, joints and muscles.
If weight-loss truly were easy, we would all be at our ideal body weight and we could put all the money we spend annually on weight-loss and treating obesity-related diseases toward paying off the national debt.
The first few months after bariatric (weight-loss) surgery, can seem easy. Things are different as you reach the one-year mark.
This is a great question and one that, ideally, should be answered before someone has bariatric surgery.
Planting a home garden adds flavor to your table while reducing your grocery bill.
The most nutritious and delicious produce is home-grown. If you aren’t sure what to plant and when to plant it, these tips can help, starting with these 5 home garden staples.5 must have plants for your home garden
Why it’s as important to sleep well as it is to sleep enough. There’s a difference.
By now, you’ve likely heard that you need to get enough sleep so you stay healthy. Sleep has been linked to everything from how much you weigh to how healthy your heart is.