Just because you're trying to lose weight doesn't mean you want to quit socializing, or hide away in your own kitchen forever. But eating out in restaurants can be dangerous. Can you spot and survive the dangers to your diet?
Food shopping can be tough when you're trying to lose weight. How do you resist temptation when you're in a grocery store surrounded by all kinds of food, and all kinds of marketing efforts to get you to buy the food? We've got tips!
When it comes to getting your pre-pregnancy body back, we say, what's the rush? Your body has spent the past nine months working hard to take care of you and your growing baby, so take the time to enjoy your new shape and appreciate the journey...
Eating healthy foods and reasonable portions doesn't mean you have to swear off your favorite foods altogether. Once you stop enjoying your meals, you'll start hating weight loss and return whole hog (pardon the expression) to your old ways.
Getting back into shape after having a baby not only means exercise, but incorporating nutritious meals into your daily routine. Here are some easy, healthy recipes with under 500 calories per serving from the American Heart Association.
You've been plugging away, working out, and eating healthily. You're doing everything right to lose those extra pounds and you're getting results. Then all of a sudden everything comes to a screeching halt! You've reached a weight loss plateau.
You hear it from us as well as everyone else: Make sure to get enough calcium. But how much is enough and what's the best way to get it? We're here to help, with information and ideas to get the calcium...
Now that you've had your baby, you're likely eager to regain your pre-pregnancy shape—and lose that mommy tummy! Learn how to safely lose pounds while reducing the baby belly acquired during pregnancy.
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