Losing pounds isn’t just about cutting calories, and dieting isn’t a one-shot, temporary thing, it’s a change in lifestyle. To truly drop pounds and transform your body into the one you’ve always wanted, you need to alter your habits.
If you’re struggling with weight loss, looking at mental and emotional factors can help. The psychology of weight loss can help you understand the issues.
If you live or work in a building that has been water-damaged, and your weight loss is “stuck”, mold exposure could be a factor that blocks losing weight.
In many cases, depression and weight gain go together. However, treating one can help the other… and some lifestyle changes can help both.
Both overweight and obesity have been linked directly to an increase in kidney problems. When you add other risk factors such as diabetes, it’s concerning.
Family weight loss works much better than having individual members go it alone, and the payoffs include better health and happiness for all members.
The USDA Body Weight Planner is a free online tool that helps you calculate how many calories you should be consuming to reach your weight loss goal. It takes your level of physical activity into account.
If your binge eating happens once a year, you don’t have a serious problem. If it’s more frequent, here’s what you should know about compulsive overeating.
Setting health intentions is a fast and powerful activity as the end of the year approaches. Here are six questions to ask yourself about the coming year.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s time to talk about the role of gratitude and mindfulness in weight loss. Let’s notice what we do right!