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Time to Do the “Weight Reducing” Resolution

It’s time to do the weight reducing resolution, again. When we made our weight loss resolutions, we knew we had to start or maybe even start again.

How to Get Fit and Trim in 7 Easy Steps

Looking to get fit and trim? Well, this should get you off your couch and burning more calories. So long as you’re ready to make a change.

Healthier Living in Today’s Complex World

How to lose weight through lifestyle changes. Losing weight through short (2-3 min.) sets of high intensity exercise and small changes in diet.

Hypnosis For The Weight Loss Process

For most people, losing weight can be a harrowing and stressful task. Not only can It be extremely challenging, it can also lead to high levels of frustration and dis-satisfaction when you hit a plateau or when your efforts do not show results.

Green Coffee Bean, White Mulberry, and Garcinia Cambogia: Well-Rounded Weight Loss Supplements

Green coffee bean extract, white mulberry extract, and Garcinia Cambogia are three of the most well-rounded weight loss supplements today. Their benefits range from fighting stress to reducing blood sugar levels.

A Healthy Approach To Weight Loss

In order to remain fit and lead a healthy life, you need to maintain healthy weight. Those who are battling the bulge often resort to “quick fixes” that does more harm than help. The following are the things you need to keep in mind in order to get meaningful results when it comes to weight loss and to keep healthy as well.

Weight Loss Through Right Diet and Exercise

Through this blog, we will discuss some ‘general’ healthy day-to-day approaches to weight loss. This entails the workout part and the diet – the wrong practices and the right ones. Hope it helps!

Stress and Weight Gain: What Can You Do About It?

In today’s hectic world, nobody needs additional stress, particularly when you are embarking on a weight loss program. Everyone reacts differently to stress. Many people tend to eat more when they find themselves under emotional stress. One reason they may do so is that over their lifetime they have always looked to food as a source of comfort in the face of varying degrees of stress and the stressful times they experienced.

Avoid “Weight Creep”: Start Journaling and Lose Weight Now!

After avoiding the bathroom scale for a few months, how many times have you stepped on after a long absence to find that you weighed 12 pounds more than you did last time? And then you say to yourself, or to anyone else that will listen, “where did these extra pounds come from? I haven’t been eating anything ‘bad’ over the past couple of months, what is this all about?” If you find yourself in that situation, you can take some comfort in the fact that that scenario replays itself each day to more people than you may think. How can you avoid this “weight creep” and lose weight instead?

The 7 Main Things You Need to Do Before You Lose Weight – Creating a Plan to Succeed

In this early phase, you may have checked out some online weight-loss programs talked to your friends about the programs they’ve had success with, or even visited your local weight-loss support group. After deliberation, you’ve chosen the plan that seems most suited to you. You’re excited and ready to start. This time you just know you’ll be successful!

Struggling With Hormones and Weight Loss

Fat around the midsection is a big problem that many Americans face. In fact, belly fat is the most dangerous type of fat. Excess weight around the midsection can increase your chances of developing diabetes, cancer, heart disease and stroke. Not only is belly fat unattractive, but it can be a key indicator of a hormonal imbalance.

Two Ways That Stress Sabotages Your Weight Loss Efforts

If you’re blaming yourself for not being your “perfect weight,” stop. It’s not your fault. Rather, the way our bodies are programmed to handle stress is the problem. Stress is a double whammy for weight – it increases our appetites and leads to overeating or poor food choices, then makes our bodies hold on to the fat. The solution is not extreme dieting, which causes more stress, but knowing how to stop the stress reactions and knowing when you’re really hungry vs. soothing your stress.

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