You’re Never Too Old to Tame Your Sweet Tooth

The average American consumes too much sugar. This trend often worsens with age. If you’re a senior or a caregiver, learn what’s behind the craving for sweets and how to get around it. Basic Facts about Cravings for Sweets 1. Cut your losses. At about the age of 50, you start losing large numbers of…

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You ARE Worth It! A Guide to Healthy Self-Esteem

A healthy self-esteem is a starting point for a happy life. Unfortunately, when you lack self-esteem, you also lack the ability to reach your true potential. Why? Because your thoughts are truly powerful! It All Starts With Your Beliefs Most people have heard the statement, “If you can dream it, you can do it,” but…

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Workout Routines You Can Do With Your Pets

Working out with your pets is good for both of you. Almost half of all dogs in the U.S. are overweight, so team up to lose weight together. These are some ideas for working out with dogs and other animals. Benefits of Working Out With Pets 1. Get fit together. Depending on their age and…

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Why it’s Time to Put Your Health First

Your well being should be a priority in your life, yet so many of us place our health on the back burner, leaving it unattended until it boils over on us. Health seems to be something that’s largely taken for granted. We feel invincible until it fails us. This is clearly the wrong attitude. If…

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Which Fast Foods are the Healthiest?

Sometimes when you’re out and about, you just need a meal fast. But you don’t have to resign to the fact that you’ll just have to eat unhealthy because you’ve chosen a fast food joint. There are healthy alternatives mixed in among all the fattening choices. Your best bet is to learn what makes each…

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What You Need to Know About Exercising Without Eating More

If you celebrate your morning run by devouring a bacon and cheese sandwich, you’re unlikely to drop any pounds. Exercise and diet are both vital to staying in shape. Learn how to work out without eating more. Basic Facts about Exercise and Eating 1. Be realistic about how many calories you burn. Running for a…

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What Kind of Stress Eater Are You?

If you think all stress eating is the same, think again. Recent studies have found two distinct patterns. See which style describes you and how you can change it. Scientists have found that stress eaters can be divided into two groups, munchers and skippers. Munchers tend to eat more after a negative experience while skippers…

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Weight Loss Tips for the Constant Dieter

Does it seem like you’re constantly on a diet? You’re not alone! You may be surprised how many people feel the same way. These weight loss tips for the constant dieter may be what you’ve needed to finally make the dieting roller coaster stop so you can get off. Maybe you’ve tried every diet that’s…

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Weight Loss Strategies For Convenience Eaters

If you’re a convenience eater, you need a diet that works with your lifestyle. Fast and easy meals and snacks can be lean and delicious if you learn to plan ahead. Use these techniques to eat light at home and dining out even on your busiest days. Weight Loss Techniques To Use At Home 1…

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Understanding Binge-Eating and Its Treatment

Binge-eating involves more than simply overeating. Binge-eating is an eating-related disorder, associated with inappropriate eating habits and challenging emotions. This article outlines what binge-eating is and how it can be successfully treated. Binge-Eating Defined Binge-eating is a medical and psychological condition during which a person eats large amounts of food over short periods of time…

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