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 […]

Healthy Foods To Avoid For Weight Loss

Yeah, there are healthy foods to avoid for weight loss and Clearly most of the foods we have considered to be healthy for weight loss turn out to be other wise. We have to be perspicacious with the foods in our diet plans to lose weight, if not you’ll believe you’re doing everything right and […]

Why Portion Control Works — and How to Get It Right

If you’re trying to lose weight, you’ve likely been told to “watch your portions!” by at least one well-meaning soul. This isn’t bad advice, actually — as long as you know what the heck it means. Here’s a hint: Your diet-whisperer is likely talking about portion control, a practical approach to eating that puts the […]

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, […]

Easy Things to Do Every Night to Lose More Weight

4. Sit at the Table — and Don’t Look at a Screen Make dinnertime its own special event free of multitasking. Eating with distractions like TV or your phone makes it harder to pay attention to your hunger and fullness cues, which can cause you to eat faster and take in calories that you don’t […]

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

2. Eat on the Early Side When it comes to picking a dinner time, you’re better off being an early bird than a night owl. Adults who ate dinner at 6 p.m. burned 10 percent more fat and experienced blood sugar peaks 20 percent lower compared to those who waited until 10 p.m. to eat, […]

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

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 […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

1. Enjoy More Produce, More Often London says the more you can make your meals and snacks produce-based, the more inclined you will be to crave these all-natural favorites over the not-as-nutritious foods. To help encourage eating more produce, fruits and vegetables are “ZeroPoints” — so you don’t even have to track them. “These foods […]

Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

Let’s go over a few lessons learned during self-isolation: how to bake banana bread five different ways, which household objects can double as makeshift dumbbells and the fact that being cooped up at home can equal unwanted weight gain. While you’ve been busy adapting to this new home-centered reality, you may have learned that it’s hard to […]

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 […]

Weight Control: The Facts Make It Easy – Part II

Visibility allows flexibility – do it your wayTo reiterate, nowhere in Part 1 did we tell you what to eat or do to lose weight.  All we have said is “know how many calories you burn, what you want to weigh and when, and then you’ll know how many calories you get to eat.” And by now […]

Weight Control: The Facts Make It Easy – Part I

If you know what to do, then why CAN’T you control your weight? The simple answer to the question is motivation, because everyone knows how to lower their weight – everyone. Yes, ALL adults know (albeit many are in denial) that their undesirable or oversized fat stores are a result of eating or drinking more […]

A 1,200-Calorie Sample Menu

While you can easily incorporate many of your favorite foods into a low-calorie diet, sample menus can help add variety or reinforce the concepts of balance and moderation. Below, you’ll find a weeklong sample menu for a balanced 1,200-calorie plan. At any meal and snack, add water, unsweetened hot or iced tea or sparkling water […]

Make Every Bite Count

Hunger and cravings are significant barriers to any meal plan. To counter this, Malkani recommends more high-volume, fluid-containing and low-calorie foods, such as salads, vegetables, soups and fruits. In addition, she recommends eating balanced meals, drinking plenty of water and incorporating high-fiber foods, such as whole grains and legumes. Equally important is to avoid getting calories […]

Steps To A Healthy 1,200-Calorie Diet Meal Plan for Weight Loss

Step 3: Shop and Plan Whether you are simply improving food choices or following a low-calorie meal plan, planning ahead is important for success. The Academy of Nutrition and Dieteticsrecommends that you start with a thoughtful grocery list. Make this list after planning meals for the week, and take note of what you already have on […]

Steps To A Healthy 1,200-Calorie Diet Meal Plan for Weight Loss

Step 1: Seek Expert Advice A 1,200-calorie diet is not inherently risky and may work well if this energy intake helps you achieve gradual, safe weight loss. But if following this plan makes you hungry or weak, you probably need to adjust your diet. Also, if this low-calorie plan causes rapid weight loss — greater […]

A Healthy 1,200-Calorie Diet Meal Plan for Weight Loss

If you’re trying to lose weight, cutting back on calories is an important step. A diet that limits the daily calories to about 1,200 may help you reach your goal weight but may provide too little energy and nutrients for most active women and men (men need at least 1,500 cals per day). Regardless of […]

How to Eat the Right Number of Calories

First, determine the number of calories you should be eating each day to maintain your weight by using the chart in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which breaks it down by age, sex and physical activity level. For healthy weight loss (about 1 pound per week), you should aim to cut about 500 calories a day from that […]

How to Eat the Right Number of Calories

First, determine the number of calories you should be eating each day to maintain your weight by using the chart in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which breaks it down by age, sex and physical activity level. For healthy weight loss (about 1 pound per week), you should aim to cut about 500 calories a day from that […]

Signs You’re Not Eating Enough Calories on Your Weight-Loss Diet

You’re Hungry All the Time When you begin a weight-loss plan, your body might need time to adjust to eating fewer calories, so a hunger pang here or there is common. But if you’re constantly craving your next meal or snack after a few days, something might be up. “Thinking about food all the time […]

Signs You’re Not Eating Enough Calories on Your Weight-Loss Diet

Weight loss relies on a fairly straightforward equation: To drop the number on the scale, you must consume fewer calories than your body burns. With this in mind, it seems logical that cutting as many calories as possible can help you shed pounds faster. Makes sense, right? Hate to break it to you, but this […]

Nutrition Myth – High protein diets are not healthy and are less effective than traditional low fat, high carbohydrate diets in producing weight loss

Things have changed over the years in how scientists and nutrition professionals view dieting and what is truly considered “high protein.” When it comes to health, as long as the diet falls within the current and much wider range of acceptable amounts of protein, carbs and fats (45-65% Carbs, 10-30% Protein, 20-35% Fat), then the […]

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 – […]

Weight Control 101

One factor determines your weight …calories. Controlling your weight comes down to one thing – managing calories. Your body is a complex machine that requires fuel to run your metabolism and perform all movement. Calories from the food and beverages you consume provide this fuel. If you burn all the fuel you take in, your […]

Do You Drink a Pumped-Up Smoothie Every Day?

A smoothie — typically, a blend of fruit, veggies, milk (dairy or nondairy), nut butters, seeds and even oats — can be an incredibly healthy addition to your diet. But also, sometimes, not. “Smoothies can be great, balanced meals — or they can be half a day’s worth of calories in a glass.” The fix: […]

Why Eat More Fiber?

Hunger, energy levels and digestion are all directly affected by how much fiber you eat. Fiber is the zero-calorie part of plant-based food that the body’s enzymes can’t completely break down and, therefore, it passes through the body undigested. “If soluble fiber is a sponge, insoluble fiber is a broom that sweeps everything out.” “Fiber […]

9 Ways to Break Up With Emotional Eating for Good

Even with all of the nutrition know-how, resources and willpower under the sun, your healthy-eating intentions can dissolve in a flash when stress, sadness or boredom take over. The good news? There are ways to break the cycle and stop emotional eating. Try these nine expert- and research-backed strategies to regain your balance and nix […]

The One Protein Dietitians Want You to Eat More Often

“Food first” is a mantra most dietitians preach: Do your best to get your nutrients from the actual foods you’re eating and if you’re coming up short, then turn to supplements. When it comes to getting our omega-3s, however, we could all use a little help in practicing what experts advise since fish oil is […]

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10 Trader Joe’s Items Nutritionists Swear By By Kelly Plowe, MS, RDNUpdated October 29, 2019Reviewed by Bonnie Taub-Dix, MA, RD, CDN Credit: LIVESTRONG.COM Anyone who has shopped at Trader Joe’s knows that it’s a game-changer. Their aisles are bursting with snacks, convenient salad packages and other delectable items that are easy on your wallet. They also have deliciously […]

Certified Personal Trainer

Hi I’m a recent grad from NASM. I am a Certified Personal Trainer. I specialize in fitness assessment, program design and weight training. I want to help people who have had difficulties in the past incorporating fitness as a lifetime goal. My desire is to help potential clients see fitness as a lifetime endeavor. My […]