Your guest writer, Jen Pennock (MD), has written an informative and inspirational post on weight bias and weight stigma. In the age of rising obesity rates, it’s important to remember that obese people are still lovable and beautiful (or handsome!). Regardless of your size, you are enough. Be sure to read the entire post, which ends with a simple exercise to boost your self esteem and self love.Read More
You don’t need to hit the gym to work out. Try one or more of these 10 bootcamp style workout ideas at home or outdoors. They’re beginner friendly and can be done in groups or alone. Click through to be inspired.
Thanks to Shawn Clark for the Guest Post.
Your guest writer today, Amanda Wilks, is talking about why eating home cooked meals is healthier than eating out. Eating out is tempting, but I hope you’re also tempted by her reasons to cook at home. I sure am! There’s a painful, unending appeal to eating outside of the house. Average lives involve more work,…Read More
This guest article is by Gene Fitzgerald. He’s explaining the benefits of drinking healthy fluids and clean drinking water. I’m excited about today’s post because water is such an important part of maintaining a healthy body and weight. It’s also a huge part of weight loss. This article is all about water – drinking water…Read More
Do you have basic questions about how to lose weight? Get them answered in this blog post!
Questions covered are:
1. What should (or shouldn’t) I eat and drink to lose weight?
2. Should I cut out my favorite foods, alcohol, sweets and unhealthy foods to lose weight? Can or should I have cheat days?
3. I am having trouble losing those 10 extra pounds on a plant-based diet. What am I doing wrong?
4. Which food is the biggest contributor to weight gain? How do I cut it out?
5. Could plant milks (and juices) be showing down my weight loss?
6. I’ve heard rumors that too many smoothies can be bad for weight loss. Is this true?
7. What’s your perspective on calorie restriction?
Your guest poster, Tyler Read, has hands-on experience with transitioning to a plant-based diet. It took him almost 4 months to do it and claims it was ‘quite an experience’. If he were to do it again he’d have a more educated approach, which would make the process so much easier. Dieting has been and will always…Read More
Losing weight when you don’t have a health problem is hard enough. When you add hypothyroidism into the equation, it makes a steep hill look like a mountain.
Make being healthy and losing weight with hypothyroidism easier with my hypothyroid meal plan. The PDF is free to download and comes with a bonus recipe!Read More
if you’re going to learn how to make healthy eating fun, let’s go all the way. Discover the following ten exotic ingredients so you can truthfully say I love eating healthy!
Just a snippet here. The whole post is on Medium.Read More
Zofia came to me with a question: What changed for you to crave more than your body needed?
Essentially, she wanted to know how to stop overeating and lose weight.
Losing weight isn’t just about eating veg*n or whole foods. You can eat 100% whole foods and still have excess weight. As Zofia put it “instead of having a bowl of rice or pudding or salad, I have three. Instead of one spoon of peanut butter, I have the entire jar…”
Have you felt the same way? If you have, it’s common. Let me tell you my 7 strategies to stop overeating.Read More