Remember the basics of weight loss: You LITERALLY have to eat less (hello caloric deficit), to weigh less. You could eat high fiber crackers and feel FULL, but if you aren’t SATISFIED, then you’re more likely to continue grazing and could end up eating more food, which will put your
Us MOMS deserve to be treated specially on Mother’s Day, and celebrating does not have to result in diet sabotage. Here is a recipe that is easy on mom if she’s the cook, and simple enough for her significant other and/or older kids to prepare if they are giving her the
Boy, do we ever have an arsenal of excuses. We use them to explain, justify, and/or self-impose a limitation as to why we can’t do something. It’s the reason we can’t stop bingeing. The reason we can’t track our food. The reason we cheat on our diets every weekend. You know how you can
This recipe kills two birds with one stone: St. Patrick’s Day is on Sunday and swim suit season is around the corner! Eat this soup in place of lunch and/or dinner for a few days and I’m betting you’ll be very happy at your next weigh in! WEIGHT WATCHERS ZERO
Why Weight Watchers Isn’t Working For So Many Dieters Anymore: Doing Away with “All Foods in Moderation”
Few things have done more to derail the ambitions of dieters than the popular advice by Weight Watchers to “enjoy all foods in moderation”. The problem with this otherwise well –intentioned advice is that it doesn’t account for the fact that if we could eat moderately we wouldn’t have needed
Imagine telling your significant other that one day a week you need a little roll in the hay with someone else. Well, that’s exactly what millions of otherwise faithful dieters do: one day a week they cheat on their eating plan and eat anything they want- and lots of it.
Don’t Gamble With Your Diet On SUPERBOWL Hot wings, chili and nachos, oh my! Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food-consumption day, following only Thanksgiving. Use these 8 SUPER tips to survive. Intercept high calorie dishes. Bring your own “diet friendly” versions that you can eat until the final touchdown.
Do you remember training really hard as a kid for a gymnastics meet or a ballet recital? You may have spent hundreds of hours on the beam or at the barre, perfecting your technique. This isn’t unusual. Anything worthwhile takes time and dedication to master. The moment you stopped practicing, your skills
Here are my Top 4 Tips! 1. Sort Your Candy! Just like you did when you were a kid (Favorites, Just OK, Yuck!). Then, do to yourself what your parents did to you. Set a rigid limit on how much candy you can have, and then candy gets put (or given)