By fueling your body with smaller amounts more frequently, your energy level will stay more consistent throughout the day. You’ll boost your metabolism, which helps keep your body efficient and can help you burn fat.
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Choose a specific, measurable goal. Set a deadline. Share your goal with supportive people in your life.
Although the jury is still out about the deleterious health effects of HFCS, I’ve decided nevertheless to avoid it completely. Here’s why.
Last week I wrote about changing the way you eat by deciding upon just a few critical rules, and then followed it up with the idea of a cheat meal. I want to expand on these concepts just a little bit more today.
Completely depriving yourself of something you love doesn’t work in the long run.
If you really want to improve your life, lose those extra pounds and keep them off, and be healthier overall, don’t go on a diet. Instead, change your diet.
I’ve been surprised several times over the past few days when I’ve casually asked a couple of people, “Do you know how many calories you should eat each day?” and they were completely off the mark.
I turned 34 today, and it’s time to get my butt back in gear.