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Contrary to what the Ontario Ministry of Health is saying, listing calories on menus will not make us healthier. In fact, it can actually make some of us sicker. Giving people partial information with which they're supposed to make informed decisions is just not going to work.
Sorry, but there's no such thing as a miracle weight loss pill.
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These women actually coach and don't just call themselves one on Instagram and Facebook. They help people like you and I (people with kids, full-time jobs, students etc.) look and feel awesome and get incredibly strong.
Just another reason to get more water in your life.
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Using an online calculator to help you lose (or gain) weight isn't a new concept, but asking people what they're willing to do to see change is. Last month TIME magazine reported about the public ava...
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Don't worry there's also a list of anti-aging foods!
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Whether you're at the tail end of a dramatic weight loss or just trying to tone up your burger belly, those last 10 pounds can feel impossible to shake off. While 10 pounds might not seem like a large...
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When it comes down to planning your spring workout routine, remember just like a fashion trend, there is no cookie-cutter approach to fitness. It is important to decide what is most important to you, your goals and your individual circumstances when selecting a boot camp to join.
Yup, there's no typo there. It says should. You 100 per cent should get on the scale and weigh yourself post summer holidays. In fact, I think you should be weighing in weekly (but that's a whole other blog post). Let's focus on why after a week or two of vacation, you should get on the scale.
1. You're Eating Too Much, Healthy or Not My dad once told me: you can gain weight if you eat too much -- even if you eat too many carrots. What he meant was, even if you're eating healthy foods, if y...
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I used to weigh more than 300 pounds. In 2003 I lost more than half my body weight. You might think that when I reflect on my 300-pound self that it would be with disdain or pity. Hell no. The longer I'm thin, though, the more I miss the gifts of living in a body so big that people often turned away. It may sound strange to some, but here are five things I miss about my old, obese self.
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"I'd be happy if I lost 10 pounds." No greater lie has ever been spoken in the health world. I'm guilty of thinking it. I'm guilty of trying it. Happiness, and your reason for changing your diet, working out more, or doing anything health related can not be linked to weight loss. Not long term.
If you don't want to get the "you said that last year" eye roll from your friends or spouse, you have to change it up. Stop making resolutions that are too broad and that fizzle by February. If you really want to change your life, make rules. Make the goal clear.
I have watched a lot of people fail at New Year's resolutions for the past decade. I even made some great money off of the January first commitments. Here is what I want everyone to prepare for month by month. This is generally how it goes for those I have seen lose 50-150lbs.