diet advice

After reflecting on this situation several times, I realized two things: 1. Some people are pure assholes. 2. Much of our culture doesn't recognize that there is so much more to eating/exercise than just following a prescribed diet.
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program. By Corrie Pikul You've
Extend your organizational tear into the kitchen and kick these items -- full of salt, sugar, fat and other unhealthy stuff -- to the curb.
By Corrie Pikul We took a look at how other (slimmer) cultures eat and enjoy their food. As a reminder, always consult your
What's more, according to a U.S. News and World Report analysis, a panel of doctors and nutritionists determined that the
I will attempt to reveal eight nutrition myths that may not only surprise you, but may allow you incorporate the facts into your life to make more informed decisions towards a healthier lifestyle.
By Stephanie Castillo for Prevention.com You know you can't believe everything you read. And still, you haven't eaten an
Kale is more nutrient-packed than spinach, but due to its strong flavor, many of my clients have to add a lot of high-calorie extras to eat it. Spinach is more mild and can be enjoyed without as much "doctoring" as kale.
By Corrie Pikul You're aware that you should eat more fiber and less saturated fat, and that soda is like liquid candy. But
For me, the worst part about dieting is being hungry. But what I learned is that you can't exercise a weight problem away. What started with food has to end with food.
We've all gotten "the look" or a lecture as we buttered a dinner roll or consumed its equivalent sin. "What? What am I doing wrong? The fat in the butter? The dairy? The white flour in the roll? The yeast?" Receiving other people's unsolicited dietary advice only tightens my grip on my fork and whatever's on it.
From Live Better America
We have created a seething stew of opinion about everything to do with nutrition, including, presumably, stew. That leaves us with far too many cooks, many lacking credentials to be in the kitchen in the first place.
Then a 2003 study in the International Journal of Obesity discovered that an almond-eating group of overweight volunteers
Read more on Next Avenue The Pros We know that eating lots of whole fruits and vegetables is good for our health. But despite
My kids tell me with regularity that I'm confusing. Now #1 best selling author Dr. Ian Smith tells me I need to be confusing my diet, as well. Confused? Well, don't be.
There are so many diets and weight loss products, books, films and blogs it's so hard to know what to do with overweight and obesity.
The refrigerator is empty again, save for a few yogurts, a plastic container of homemade cranberry sauce (it lasts forever) and a half-dozen cans of Diet Coke. The kids are gone, and I am feeling the full weight of the holiday. I am ready for my post-Thanksgiving diet.