Sally Squires, author of the Lean Plate Club™ blog, offers advice to get back to normal eating and exercise habits after Thanksgiving.
WASHINGTON — This may be the cruelest season for your waistline, but experts say it is possible to keep all those holiday parties from playing havoc with your weight. “Don’t go hungry to the party — that is…
Sally Squires, author of the Lean Plate Club blog, says make your Thanksgiving indulgences count, and she offers advice about when to step on the scale after the holiday.
WASHINGTON — Between festive dinners, parties and family gatherings, the holidays can be a challenging time when it comes to maintaining your weight. But there are things you can do to be prepared and avoid…
WASHINGTON — Diet and exercise are often touted as keys to weight loss, and a new Cornell University study says what you keep on kitchen counters and tables influences diet and can also predict what…
WASHINGTON — There are all kinds of strategies for losing weight, and a new study suggests one trick is to just keep food out of sight. Researchers at Ohio State University kept tabs on the…
Put another notch in that belt — America\’s national
waistline is continuing to expand.
Diet and exercise have long been the mantra for weight loss, but
new research is showing food quality trumps counting calories when it comes to long-term weight loss.
Recent studies say it\’s a myth that college students gain 15 pounds during their first year away from home.
A new study gives women insights into how the
number of hours they spend on house work might be
affecting their waistlines.
As the new year begins, many vow to take charge
their weight. Doctors say it\’s one of the best
things anyone can do to improve health – and
that\’s why it\’s one of the top 10 tips for a
This is the heaviest season of the year. Halloween
through New Year\’s tends to be the time when many
put on a few extra pounds.
It\’s tough dieting and trying to lose weight. And
research shows that
close friends might not be helping the cause.