It's National Diabetes Month. You've all read the statistics about the obesity epidemic and how being overweight puts you at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. But did you know that if a person is successful at lifestyle improvement, that person can completely avoid the onset of diabetes 70% of the time? (http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/prevention/pre-diabetes/). The lifestyle improvements required to … Continue reading Shrink and Move: Small Steps that Lead to Big Rewards
I love going to Tennessee on vacation to see my friend Will. I go all the time. It's such a beautiful place---great music, friendly people, very laid back. The only problem is: the food. I love, love, love the food! Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, collard greens, cornbread, and my biggest weakness—PEACH COBBLER. If I don't … Continue reading Let’s Make a Deal
Yes! Understanding the importance of calories is as simple as understanding one important fact: There are 3,500 calories on every pound of fat. For each pound you want to lose, you have to burn 3,500 more calories than you eat. If you eat 3,500 calories today, and also burn 3,500, that means you haven’t gained or lost any weight … Continue reading “Do Calories Really Matter for My Team?”
Consider writing a business plan for your success as Elaine has done. Elaine T. Enterprises Business Description: Elaine T. is an individual with over 50 years of experience trying to stay healthy and fit with numerous successes and failures. Her new enterprise has developed a product that includes work plans, success guides and formulas for … Continue reading Are your weight loss reductions helping your bottom line?
It’s hard enough to put the brakes on eating when you are eating normally, but when you’ve been eating fabulous, rich holiday food with abandon for several weeks before you start your weight loss mission, it may be harder than ever.
Work can be a disaster for your diet, especially if you’re in an office that stocks vending machines with high-calorie chips and candy bars. Soda wreaks havoc on a diet as it is comprised of empty liquid calories, more than 250 in just one 20-ounce bottle. If you’re not prepared to succeed, you can easily succumb to a snack-attack and add hundreds of unwanted and non-nutritious calories.