Weight Loss and Dieting
In this day and age of technology, it’s almost surprising that our phones can’t do even more for us.
If you’re exercising for weight loss and paying attention to the calories you take in and how many you burn during each workout, you should know that making small changes in your routine can lead to increased weight loss success.
Many people claim that protein shakes actually cause us to gain weight, rather than lose it. This isn’t necessarily the case – in fact, it all depends on what’s in your protein shake and how you use it.
For most people who are trying to lose weight, you can lose 1 pound per week initially by cutting 500 calories per day.
Have you heard of intermittent fasting? Basically, it’s a diet that involves a period of regular eating followed by one of fasting.
Appetite suppression isn’t something people should do frequently, but when you’re taking the leap and making drastic changes to your diet, those cravings for potato chips and chocolate cake can be strong.
Maybe you started out as one of those people who never looked at food labels – you worked out frequently, had a stellar metabolism and ate what you liked.
Sometimes extreme changes aren’t as weird as they seem.
Everyone loves snacks – they often help us get through the toughest days.
If you’re on a diet or at least conscious about what you’re eating, dining out can be a Catch-22.