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Weight Watchers is the Best Diet Deal at $377 to Lose 5 Pounds

Want to kickstart your weight loss journey but unsure where to begin? A new study suggests that Weight Watchers diet program and the weight loss drug Qsymia may give you the best bang for your buck. ABC News aired a story about Duke University comparing the costs and effectiveness of three diet programs and three [...]

To Die For Goat Cheese Black Bean Enchiladas for Summer Vegetarian Grilling

I’ve been craving goat cheese lately. I can’t get enough! If someone will put it on a salad, sandwich, or just scoop it directly in my mouth, I’m gonna eat it. Goat cheese is such a great cheese for summer — light, sweet, and flowery. On those nights it’s just too hot to cook, it [...]

8 Fad-Free Basics of Weight Loss from the Experts

By Janis Jibrin, M.S., RD, Best Life lead nutritionist Here’s a secret from a nutrition insider: Even experts find weight loss fraught and confusing. A recent paper by The Obesity Society, a scientific organization devoted to researching causes and treatments for obesity, says as much. In an attempt to provide clarity, the organization published core [...]

5 Non-Crunch Ways to Build Your Core (and Not Kill Your Neck)

I don’t like crunches. They hurt my neck. No matter how hard I focus on keeping my eyes up and my chin off my chest, I still feel my neck is getting more of a workout than my abs. That’s why crunches don’t appear often in my (or my clients’) workouts. I don’t ignore the [...]

Sara Kolling Lost 85 Pounds After Leaving an Abusive Relationship

If you’ve ever been in an abusive relationship, you know how it drains you of your spirit and self-esteem. Today, our true weight loss story focuses on Sara Kolling, a woman who had the courage to leave her abuser and for the first time in a long time, devote herself to her own well being. [...]

7 Things You Must Know About Energy Drinks

Ask a room full of people about energy drinks, and you’re likely to get a room full of different responses. Some people love them, some hate them, and a fair amount fall squarely in the middle. Shape Magazine attempts to shed some light on the issue by breaking down what energy drinks contain, and how [...]

Trader Joe’s Gets Juiced and Jumps on Board the Cold Pressed Juice Trend

Trader Joe’s has always been a wonderful grocery option for people who like to eat healthy and eclectic foods. Quirky and honest, Trader Joe’s has always offered a quality range of new and exciting choices. Recently, Trader Joe’s joined the pack of grocers and coffee stops offering green cold pressed juice. Cold pressed juice extracts [...]

Are You Man Enough for Yoga? Why More Men Should Butt in to the Yoga Gender Bias

Of course men know the benefits of yoga, and we know what we’re missing out on. So why do we still not go? We often see women go to yoga stressed out and leave with their heads held high. We see them carry on the rest of the day in a state of bliss, so [...]

How to Lose a Guy in 12 Meals: Foods Your Man Just Doesn’t Understand

Want to ditch a guy you’re not in to? Maybe passively scare off your boyfriend? A nice green smoothie or cup of Kombucha ought to do the trick! Shape Magazine talked with men to find out which foods they can’t stand, and landed on 12 bites and sips that they just don’t get. We know [...]

Get Nudge and Finally Track All Your Health and Fitness Data in One App

Say hello to Nudge. Nudge is a free app for your smartphone that brings all of your healthy living together in one place, with one score. Connect Nudge with your favorite health tracking apps and wearables like RunKeeper, Moves, Fitbit, and more to see how your Nudge Factor stacks up against your friends.

TED-MED and Dr. Richard Besser Host a Candid Chat about the 1 in 3 American Children Who are Obese

Quick Stats About Childhood Obesity Nearly 1 in 3 children in America are overweight or obese 8.4% of children 2 – 5 years old are obese 17% of children 6 – 11 years old are obese 20.5% of children 12 – 19 years old are obese This afternoon, Dr. Richard Besser hosted a conversation on Google+ Hangouts [...]

4 Dynamic Stretches Offer First Aid for Morning Pain and Stiffness

By Dr. Tom Kleeman, an orthopedic surgeon and creator of MDFitness: The Doctors Workout, a 3-DVD workout available at TheDoctorsWorkout.com. Your alarm goes off. You pry your eyes open, swing your legs over the side of the bed, and take those first morning steps. That’s when the real alarms go off. Your back and joints [...]

Shame on Social Media for Shaming Our Bodies: Instagram and Facebook Censorship Goes too Far

If you want to post a picture of yourself — or someone else — on Facebook or Instagram, you better first make sure you’re not too fat, thin, sexy, or maternal. You can wear a bikini in your photo, but only if you look like a celebrity, or actually are one. Definitely don’t post a [...]

Miss Idaho Wants You to #ShowMeYourPump

Forget what you think you know about beauty pageant contestants. The courageous, strong, talented and yes, beautiful women who compete for the crown are so much more than pretty faces who can rock and evening gown. The newly crowned Miss Idaho, Sierra Sandison, for example, made waves by wearing her insulin pump on her bikini [...]

Little Blue Dynamos: My Love Affair with Blueberries Made a Blueberry Cucumber Salad

It’s my favorite time of year: peak blueberry season! If you’re anything like me, you can’t get enough of these little balls of deliciousness. Farmers markets, U-Pick berry fields, or from the local produce store, I can’t gobble them up fast enough. Peak season is anytime from late June through early September, so I’m even [...]

6 Slim Summer Sips That Skip the Hips

By Team Best Life Craving a nice cold beverage to quench your thirst and beat the heat? Be careful what you reach for—some beverages can pack a pretty big caloric punch. In fact, some drinks can end up costing you more than a meal! Take a look below to figure out how many calories some [...]

Lacey Raul Lost 100 Pounds and Completed a Half-Marathon. Weight Loss Done Right!

When Lacey Raul was growing up, no one held her accountable for what she ate, urged her to exercise or explained the future ramifications of a sedentary lifestyle. After trying to lose weight the “wrong” way for years, Lacey shifted gears, lost 100 pounds and kept it off, the right way. In May, she completed [...]

Check-in to Fitness at the Healthiest Hotel Chains in America

This summer, InterContinental Hotels Group announced their first opening of a revolutionary wellness-focused hotel brand. The line is called EVEN Hotels, and the first one is based out of Norwalk, Connecticut. The hotel group decided to create the EVEN Hotels to focus on the “wellness minded” nation and world travelers. It is so hard to [...]

Survival of the Fittest: The Most Active Women are More Likely to Survive Than the Least Physically Active

While popular wisdom may hold laughter as the best medicine, science indicates exercise might actually be the way to go. A study from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) shows that moderate to high intensity activity is a key part of reducing the risk of premature death in older women. Those who worked on the [...]

Pulp Fiction: Why My Misadventures in Juicing Left Me Feeling Terrible

By Cat Poland, a writer who shares her experiences with life and motherhood at Mom on the Range. You know what’s cute? Baby bellies. Aren’t pregnant women adorable? You know what’s not so cute? Baby bellies when you’re not pregnant. I’m not making a blanket statement about the size of other women’s bodies and what [...]

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