Winter Exercise Tips

With the temperatures plummeting this time of year, many of us tend to hibernate inside our homes. But, hibernating is for bears. As humans, it’s important to stay active through all four seasons. Yet, a poll of 5,000 people found that 30 percent get no exercise at...

Three Simple Steps to Fat Loss

Being overweight has now moved from a social nuisance and domestic embarrassment to an official disease. The American Heart Association has announced obesity as a dangerous epidemic and a major risk for heart disease. More than 70% of US adults are overweight and that...

The Psychology Of Weight Loss

You see the razor-thin models gracing the covers of magazines you watch actors and actresses on the big screen who seem to never gain a pound. And you wonder: How do I differ from them? You may be surprised to learn that a number of famous people at one time had...

Understanding Ozempic – A Comprehensive Guide to Its Role in Weight Loss

In the ever-evolving landscape of weight loss solutions, Ozempic has emerged as a notable contender. Originally developed for managing Type 2 diabetes, its effectiveness in aiding weight loss has garnered significant attention. This article delves into the intricacies...

Determine Your Stage and Plot Your Weight Loss Course

We all know that losing weight and improving your overall fitness are things that don’t happen overnight. But, did you know in order to be truly successful that important steps need to be taken before you even start a diet or exercise program? The first thing you...

Eat Fat to Burn Fat

For about 50 years now, Americans have been eating low fat (some no fat) diets and the funny thing is we have gotten progressively fatter and less healthy. Whoever said low-fat diets were healthy, and more importantly, why does eating less fat mean you’ll be less...

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