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REVIEW: Yoga Booty Ballet
Are you looking for an exercise program that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine and not leave the comfort of your home? Check out my review of Beachbody's Yoga Booty Ballet.
Two Life Changing Resolutions For The New Year
At the beginning of each year, many of us begin to reflect on our lives and start to set goals for the new year. However many resolutions fail within the first couple of weeks due to the lack of an effective plan with specific goals. Do yourself a favor this year: Do not resolve to lose weight!
Join the Dryathlon
On January 1st millions of people make a list of resolutions for the coming 12 months. Most won't survive past the middle of the month. A new trend of short and specific goals has emerged in place of generic promises made - one of which is known as Dry January.
Healthy Breakfast Casserole
Holidays are a wonderful time to enjoy great tasting food with family and friends. However, cooking for big crowds can be time consuming and leave you little time to spend with those you love. Want a great recipe for Christmas breakfast that is fast, easy, and delicious?
Alcohol and Weight Gain
It's no secret that excessive drinking isn't good for you, but shocking new information shows just how much alcohol and weight gain go hand in hand.
Sedentary Children and Obesity
Each generation of children presents new trends, concerns, and ideas surrounding exercise and nutrition. Researchers warn that kids today may be too sedentary too early in life.
Healthy Fast Food Options
On the go? Want healthier fast-food? You do have options. The trick is in learning where to eat and what to order.
Dr. Oz's New Paleo Diet
While there may be no shortage of how-to-diet concepts, there are few that actually prove long-term success. Quick-fix-diets are founded upon the notion that once the 7, 14 or 30 days have passed, then the dieter can proceed with eating as usual without fear of consequence or reemergence of weight.
Obesity in Children and Halloween
With Halloween just around the corner, you may find yourself fretting over the mighty candy struggle with your child. It's an annual ritual in most households, and so you are not alone.
Stress Related Weight Gain
Can stress make you fat? That's an alarming thought considering we all live with stress on a daily basis. Constant anxiety and tension can lead to hormonal imbalance, poor eating habits, and weight gain. How do you handle stress-related weight gain?
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