One of the most dominant subjects of weight loss and general health is how to increase your metabolism.
Many believe that if you exercise, that is enough to lose weight. That is a good start since every pound of muscle burns 50 – 70 calories per day, but nutrition is paramount. Continue reading Tip #18: How to Increase Your Metabolism
Grocery shopping is most definitely not one my favorite activities, as I’m sure it isn’t for most. But smart grocery shopping not only saves you time and money, it also is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Continue reading Tip #17: Smarter Grocery Shopping
Some of our best feelings for comforting food include fried foods. Often, when we think of binge eating, it involves fried chicken, chips, and more. So we all know inherently that fried food may not be healthy – and is always counter-productive to weight loss efforts. Continue reading Tip #16: Cook But Don’t Fry
It is a well-known fact that stress can cause weight gain. Whether it’s due to nervous eating or to the increased cortisol levels produced by stress (or both), prolonged stress (even low-level) can be detrimental to any weight loss plan. But in today’s world, how does one avoid stress and its waistline-destroying side effects? Meditation for weight loss may be unheard of for most, but it may be exactly the answer we need.
Continue reading Tip #15: Start Meditating
While nuts are known as a great source of protein and other nutrients, they also can be a delicious part of a weight loss program by helping keep you feeling full. Simply snack on nuts for weight loss by eating a handful of nuts just prior to a meal. Continue reading Tip #14: Snack on Nuts for Weight Loss