Healthy Foods To Avoid For Weight Loss

Granola How do I go about this? It’s processed, granola is processed, it’s been sweetened with brown sugar or other artificial sweeteners. Granola fills you up with bad calories. Although many people have accepted granola has highly nutritious due to the nuts and oats which make it seem healthy. Your regular oatmeal is way better […]

Easy Things to Do Every Night to Lose More Weight

5. Plan a Protein-Packed Breakfast Deciding the night before what you’ll eat in the morning means there’s no risk of grabbing something junky — or skipping breakfast altogether and getting slammed with the urge to snack mid-morning. While you’re prepping ahead, aim for a breakfast that packs at least 10 to 15 grams of protein, […]

Does banana consumption make you gain weight?

When you are on a health spree and are looking to shed a pound or two, you will count your calories before you can put anything in your mouth. It is … Does banana consumption make you gain weight?

Easy Things to Do Every Night to Lose More Weight

3. Downsize Your Dinner If dinner tends to be the biggest meal of the day and breakfast tends to be the smallest, try flipping those proportions. The body’s metabolism works at a significantly higher rate in the morning compared to later in the day, according to findings published in February 2020 in the Journal of Clinical […]

Easy Things to Do Every Night to Lose More Weight

1. Eat Dinner, Not Snacks Do your nighttime calories tend to come in the form of a constant stream of nibbles, instead of an actual dinner? It can be tempting to grab a snack when you finish up work — and continue having a munch here and a munch there throughout the night. But grazing […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

5. Give Yourself a Break Phew, right? The last thing London wants you to know is that it’s totally normal to feel like some things are out of your control right now (which can be frustrating when you’re trying to adhere to a healthy lifestyle!). So try to take some of the pressure off — […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

4. Move More Whether your gym is still closed or you just don’t feel comfortable sweating next to strangers yet, working out in the traditional way might not be possible right now — but squeezing in movement wherever you can is key. “Taking a 15-minute walk around the block when you have time between calls or using […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

3. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate Set the scene: It’s 8 p.m. and you head to the fridge for a snack, but realize after you eat it that you were actually just thirsty. It happens. “I find that in practice, many of us are confusing thirst with hunger — especially if we’ve skipped any earlier meals or […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

2. Stay Consistent Consistency is key, but that doesn’t equal perfection. All London means here is to stay consistent in the ways you can. Nail down your eating and workout habits, then start to figure out how you can improve them. “A big component of the WW app is tracking, which builds awareness about your habits, meal patterns, preferences (what you […]

7 Signs Your ‘Healthy Diet’ Is Actually Disordered Eating

2. You Fixate on the Quality of Food Are you preoccupied with checking ingredient lists and nutritional labels? This is another indicator of orthorexia, Moskovitz says. It may also present as excessive worry and fear about eating sugar, additives and other chemicals that the person deems toxic, Conason adds. What’s more, some individuals will only consume […]

7 Signs Your ‘Healthy Diet’ Is Actually Disordered Eating

To help you differentiate, read on for red flags that indicate you may be struggling with this condition. 1. You Think About Food Constantly We all know that meal planning each week can be time-consuming. But when thoughts of food dominate your headspace 24/7, that’s a major warning sign for problematic eating, says Lisa Moskovitz, RDN, founder […]

7 Signs Your ‘Healthy Diet’ Is Actually Disordered Eating

Adopting a “clean eating” plan has become a popular way to lose weight and improve overall health. But while being more mindful of consuming minimally processed, whole foods can be a good thing, the drive to eat healthy can sometimes veer into a problematic preoccupation with what you’re putting on your plate. Unfortunately, it’s not […]

Wellness Tip

Get More Your Natural Light You know that quip about how we’re basically house plants with complicated emotions? It’s not so far off the mark! Like plants, we really do need water and sunlight to thrive. But as much as we get bombarded with the “drink more water” advice, getting our dose of daily sunshine […]

Developing a Healthy Relationship With Eating and Exercise

Understanding calories and energy expenditure is important to overall health, but obsessing over the two won’t do you any favors. Though it can be hard to reframe these obsessive thoughts, start by focusing less on quantity and more on quality, as well as how both food and exercise can benefit your body outside of your […]

Cardio Can Do Amazing Things For Your Brain and Body

Want a way to burn calories, boost your mood, reduce your risk of heart disease, get a better night’s sleep and keep your brain running on top speed as you age? Then lace up your shoes and get moving, because cardiovascular exercise is the key to improving both your physical and mental health. Need help […]

Don’t Just Sit There, Move!

 Weight control is possible without traditional exercise (though there’s no substitute for true exercise). Somehow during the last few decades, somewhere between 20 and 40 years of age, you’ve gained about 20 pounds. This didn’t have to happen–if you had walked an average of 150 more steps daily (which takes about three minutes) during a […]

Don’t Just Sit There, Move!

 Weight control is possible without traditional exercise (though there’s no substitute for true exercise). Somehow during the last few decades, somewhere between 20 and 40 years of age, you’ve gained about 20 pounds. This didn’t have to happen–if you had walked an average of 150 more steps daily (which takes about three minutes) during a […]

Introduction To Basic Nutrition

Understanding basic nutritional concepts and the components of a healthy diet is important to everyone. Proper nutrition is vital to an individual’s health and wellness as well as peak athletic performance. Major causes of death and disease are intimately linked to poor diet and a lack of physical activity, and an inadequate diet is associated […]

Guidelines for Portion Sizes

The standard serving sizes are often much less than what people actually eat. Many individuals often believe they’re eating fewer calories than they take in, which can lead to unwanted weight gain. Here are a few guidelines to help you control your portions, calories, waistline, and ultimately your health. You are What you Eat – […]

How You May Be Sabotaging Your Weight

Weight Control Basics You may recall from Weight Control 101 that your weight is determined by the calories you take in and the calories you burn on a daily basis. If you’re like most adults, you’ve been taking in more calories than you burn and you have excess body fat that you’d like to get rid […]

Anxious? Try These 6 Diet Tweaks to Help You Find Calm

By Christina Vercelletto May 19, 2020 Medically Reviewed by Claudia Thompson, PhD, RD If you’re feeling a little more on edge than usual lately, you’re certainly not alone. With the whole world trying to hold it together in the face of COVID-19, it seems everybody is at least a little anxious these days. What to […]