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How to Beat a Weight-Loss Plateau—Really

At first, losing weight felt almost easy. You attacked your diet with conviction—cutting back on added sugar and upping your vegetables. Working out was fun and people at the gym might have even started to recognize you. Close friends cheered you on as those first few pounds seemed to slide right off.

Recipe to Try: Mexican Cabbage Soup

Why You Should Eat Breakfast Post-Workout to Burn More Fat

Submitted by admin on Fri, 01/20/2017 - 11:27

I'm a morning exerciser. Sometimes it's hard to set my alarm for an early wake-up (and not hit snooze when it goes off). But I work out because I love the way it makes me feel—stronger, faster, healthier, less stressed, the list goes on. Regular exercise does more than help you lose and maintain your weight. It also helps keep your brain sharp. And, studies indicate that people who regularly exercise live longer. Since I want to get the most out of each workout I eat breakfast after my workout.

10 Simple Ways to Control Portion Sizes

Submitted by admin on Tue, 10/18/2016 - 12:57

For most of us, portion control can be a little tricky and feel a little boring. And although it may not be much fun, in order to to eat healthier and especially to lose weight, portion control is key. Multiple studies have shown how mindlessly piling up your plate can lead to consuming more calories, ignoring those "I'm full" signals from your brain and eventually piling on pounds.

What to Eat on Vacation to Stay Slim

Submitted by admin on Fri, 08/05/2016 - 09:08

We get it—trying new foods, especially local specialties—is major vacation fun. But a study published in the journal Physiology & Behavior recently found that most travelers came home with an unwanted souvenir—about one ­extra pound—and it stuck around for six weeks after the trip. While it may not sound like much, it can be avoided by trying these smart strategies to keep off any extra vacation weight.

Featured Recipe: Strawberry Fruit Salad

Reframe Your Mind to Lose Weight

Submitted by admin on Fri, 04/10/2015 - 10:52