Category: Diet

Healthiest Behaviors to Achieve Weight Loss Goals

In addition to performing proper diet and exercise, you also need to change your behavior if you want to achieve your weight loss goals. In fact, behavior change is often the most important aspect of your weight loss program because it is often the most difficult to do and because it affects your diet and exercise …

Best Exercise Tips to Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

Proper diet limits the number of calories that your body get, but only exercise can effectively burn excess calories and fat that are stored in your body. If you are serious about your weight loss program, avoid focusing only on your diet. You also need to include proper exercise in your weight loss plan. Here are …

How Proper Drinking Helps You Achieve Weight Loss Goals

You may think that weight loss is solely about diet—about the type of food that you eat, its amount, and the way you eat it. You may think so seriously about food that you often forget about the important role that your drinking behavior actually plays in determining the success of your weight loss program. Here …

Tips for Planning Your Weight Loss Diet

Paying attention to what enters your mouth is the most essential aspect of your weight loss plan. The type of food that you eat and the way you eat it determine how successful your weight loss program will be. Here we will not talk about a specific diet plan that you need to follow, but more …

Top 5 Best and Easiest Weight Loss Tips that You Can Try at Home

Everyone wants to have a slim and attractive body. This is why weight loss that involves proper diet, exercise and behavioral and lifestyle change does matter. For some people, improved health and fitness become the ultimate goal of their weight loss program that effectively surpasses the cosmetic benefit that the program offers. Here you will read …

5 Simple Ways to Eat More and Lose Weight at the Same Time

Simple Ways to Eat More and Lose Weight at the Same Time – As a food editor (and a mom for that matter), I have always had issues with the “eat less, move more” weight loss advice. Well, move more/stay active pretty makes sense, but then the essence of eating less is yet to be clear …