Most of us women think about food a lot...what we should be eating, what we shouldn't be eating, do we have enough time to cook, are we eating enough healthy foods, are we going to gain weight....we could literally drive ourselves crazy! Read the full post Eat These Foods for a Better Mood which appeared first on Snob Essentials.
On my Facebook page I asked everyone what the hardest thing about weight loss is. I got a variety of answers including: ? Not gaining it back ? Figuring out what to eat ? Realizing exercise wouldn’t cause weight loss ? Staying motivated ? Keeping your mojo going when the weight loss process gets tedious or Continue Reading...
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An apple a day may or may not keep the doctor away, but it sure can help you see results on the scale. Make these apple-inspired choices throughout your day and see how this fruit can help you slim down. Breakfast: Low-Calorie Swap Oatmeal for breakfast is an excellent choice. Show More Summary
If you've ever doubted yourself or given up on your fitness goals, you need the wake-up call that is this video. Arthur Boorman is a veteran who became disabled after war, and he gained so much weight that doctors told him he would never walk unassisted again. Show More Summary
If you're a night owl who can't seem to get to bed at a reasonable time, this may convince you to hit the hay earlier: a new study shows that later bedtimes are linked to weight gain. The study, published in Sleep, analyzed data from...Show More Summary
Teenagers and young adults who go to bed late may be at greater risk for weight gain, according to new research led by the University of California-Berkeley.
Teenagers and adults who go to bed late on weeknights are more likely to gain weight than their peers who hit the hay earlier, according to a study that has found a correlation between sleep and body mass index.
Weight gain, diabetes, cardiovascular disease. These are some of the risks associated with consuming sugary drinks, according to a new report from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Researchers found the health effects of drinking one or two servings a day of sugar-sweetened beverages include a 35 percent greater risk of heart attack or fatal […]
It’s been said time and again: Stress is a killer. Stress makes us gain weight and lose sleep. It raises our blood pressure and lowers our sex drive. We all know that too much stress is unhealthy for our bodies, but new research shows it may also be bad for our careers. Show More Summary
It's back to college, and I'm here with the five best tips (and easiest!) for keeping your body in shape all semester long! As a college teacher and the mom of two college students, I know how time crunched students are, and making time...Show More Summary
A new review claims that drinking too many sugar-sweetened beverages, which contain added sugars in the form of high fructose corn syrup or table sugar (sucrose), can lead to excess weight gain and a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The review was engineered to implicate fructose in the development of these conditions. read more
There is compelling evidence that drinking too many sugar-sweetened beverages, which contain added sugars in the form of high fructose corn syrup or table sugar (sucrose), can lead to excess weight gain and a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to a new review paper.
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Fresh from Madison, Wisconsin, chef Grayson Altenberg is overjoyed to have found a studio apartment he can afford in pricey Manhattan. The average rent for a studio in New York City, as of this March, was $2,108 per month. Altenberg's...Show More Summary
Remember when the internet was abuzz because Selena Gomez appeared to have gained a few pounds? People started calling her “fat” and telling her she needed to lose weight. The actress-singer spoke out about the experience. RELATED: Read Selena Gomez’s thoughts on Justin Bieber’s comeback attempt with a new album. Selena said: I had a […]
Once called "The Ugliest Woman in the World," Lizzie Velasquez, who was born with a rare syndrome that prevents her from gaining any weight, is now doing an incredibly beautiful thing: She's taking a stand against bullies and opening up an important dialogue about what truly defines beauty in a new documentary, Lizzie Velasquez: A Brave Heart. Show More Summary
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Corn was the biggest offender — people gained an average of two pounds of four years. You’ve heard it many times before: To maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly and eat more fruits and vegetables. A Harvard study of more than...Show More Summary
Rob Kardashian was known as the rebel outcast of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians clan, avoiding social events and public appearances while keeping his social media presence to a minimum. But now, after having gained an estimated 100 pounds, Rob is resurfacing in various ways while attempting to keep up with the Kardashian family’s... Show More Summary