5 reasons you’re not losing weight

5 reasons you’re not losing weight Losing weight is challenging. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 2 out of 3 adults in the U.S. are overweight and of those, 36.5% are obese. According to a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, approximately half of overweight and […]

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3 fun cardio alternatives for those who HATE running

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Exercise is very important to the weight loss process, but what if you hate running? You understand how important it is to have cardiovascular routines in your fitness regimen, but you just don’t seem to gel with the whole running thing. We have a few solutions for you that can help you keep that cardio […]

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6 Simple High Protein Snacks

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Sometimes snacks get a bad rep. A lot of this is because the least healthy things always seem to be the most readily available. Maybe we just aren’t looking hard enough for healthier options. Healthy Snacking is a great way to add extra nutrients to your body and also helps with overeating during lunch or […]

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How a protein rich diet affects weight loss

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If you are trying to drop a dress size or are tired of your jeans being snug, a protein-packed diet is a beneficial element to add to your health regimen.   Protein promotes satiety A diet packed with protein tames your hunger throughout the day. Protein takes a while to leave your stomach which results […]

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The health benefits of walking

Daily exercise is essential for your overall health but it can be hard to find time to commit to an exercise regimen. If you can squeeze in a 30-minute walk over your lunch break or hit the treadmill before work, it will help you lead a healthier life. Weight loss Walking is one of the […]

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how dogs help keep us healthy

How dogs help keep us healthy

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Following your weight loss surgery, you will need to make some lifestyle changes, including adding a fitness routine. The US Department of Health currently recommends that adults get a minimum of 60 minutes of exercise per week, and it is essential to the success of your surgery that you follow fitness guidelines. It’s not always […]

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