It is that time of year when the days are shorter and the nights are longer. As a result, we expose ourselves to less sunlight which can be good or bad for us.
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We have all faced it at one time or another, a strong food craving where we want to eat everything and anything in site. Why do these cravings come along after we have been doing so well on our diet? There are several reasons why these food cravings come along and there are ways to fight these cravings so you don’t sabotage all your hard work in the gym.
With Thanksgiving less than 3 weeks away, you see the grocery stores packed with pumpkin pies, turkey and sweet potatoes. Just thinking about Thanksgiving dinner makes my mouth water. Everyone loves Thanksgiving, but we never love how we feel afterwards.
As a fitness model and competitor, one of the main reasons for my success in the industry is by making clean eating a lifestyle. One of the main reasons for failure in weight loss is because they deprive themselves for too long or eat too few calories that this leads to overeating and binging.
We have all experienced it, our metabolism starts to slow down as we age. When we were teens, we could eat all we wanted and not gain a pound. Now, it seems that if we eat one chocolate chip cookie, we gain 10 pounds. We wish we had the same metabolism we had as a child or in our teen years so we could stay at our ideal body weight.
Has all your traveling prevented you from staying on a regular exercise program? Spending many nights away from home can be challenging and then trying to find the time and energy to workout can add even more stress
Have business lunches and dinners caused you to gain 5, 10 or even 20 pounds? You might be working out every day but all your hard work can be sabotaged by making the wrong food choices while dining out. Use these simple tips to cut calories and keep your waistline in check.