Almost all of us at some point in our lives have either wanted to lose weight or stop smoking or both. Have you ever figured out what would or could happen if you actually did it? Here are 5 things I've come up with that you could do if you really made a commitment to stop smoking and/or lose weight.
I hate to talk about how to lose weight this time of the year. This is the time of year for turkey, gravy, rolls and more gravy....right?I don't want to talk about a "diet" until January 1st.
In case you are trying to lose weight around during the holidays here are seven foods and how long you would need to walk to burn them off according to thrillist :
After eating nothing but candy since Halloween it's time for me to make some changes in my diet. Instead of dieting like I have in the past, I would like to change my lifestyle so that I can keep my weight down all year. Here are some tips to move you in the right direction.
If you have ever been on a diet you have probably had a cheat day here and there. Some people would argue that a cheat day is OK. I think it's how much you "cheat" that really matters. Yesterday I cheated WAY too much but, it wasn't entirely my fault. I started out on track with my delicious egg whites but, then I ate a BUCKET of popcorn at the movies, fruit snacks followed by chocolate
At some point, it's got to be easier on your body to just be a little chubby . . . instead of dieting on and off forever, right?
According to a new survey from Huffington Post out of England, by the time the average woman hits age 45, she's been on sixty-one diets.
Drink enough soda and you’ll pack on the pounds. Wear enough soda and you’ll shed them.
At least that’s the claim made by a European clothing company called Lytess, which is marketing pants lined with caffeine to help people lose weight...