You know that exercise is a fundamental part of managing diabetes, but excuses to avoid huffing and puffing are more plentiful than daffodils in the spring. Try these simple tricks for burning calories, without leaving your house.
It seems that the more weight you lose, the harder your body fights to hold on to the calories it gets. That's usually when you hit the infamous weight-loss plateau. Luckily, you can boost your metabolism to keep shedding weight.
Just because you're on the go doesn't mean you have to eat poorly, even if restaurants don't always offer the healthiest choices. Here's some advice about how to make smarter food choices when you're eating out that are simply better for you.
Is it realistic to try to lose one pound of body weight per week? For most people, the answer is yes. Though you can do this any time throughout the year, weight loss is a popular New Year's resolution, and losing a pound a week is achievable.
Losing weight is a tough battle, for anyone trying to shed 10 pounds or 100 and obesity comes with other health problems that can impact your lifestyle. Here, some tips and information can give you the tools you need for success.
Losing weight isn't easy, and sometimes traditional dieting doesn't work. Don't get discouraged: try these five tips to take control of your weight—you may see results sooner than you thought possible!
You should never have to do without foods you love. Otherwise, you will never stick with any plan to lose weight. If you're like most people, though, a lot of the dishes on your list of favourites are dietary disasters, loaded with fat and calories.