Tag Archives: Calories
Reducing calories and speeding up your metabolism may be as easy as swapping refined grains for whole grains, according to new research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
While previous studies have shown that whole grains and… Read More
When comparing different intensity levels of exercise, researchers found there are limits to exercise benefits when it comes to weight loss, and moderate exercise is just as beneficial as intense exercise. The researchers found that moderate exercise, like walking a… Read More
Burning off Thanksgiving calories can contribute to a healthier holiday season. When it comes to the holidays we tend to over indulge – especially when it comes to desserts. Even though Thanksgiving is a one day event, it can add… Read More
A popular method for dieting is to count calories. Recommended daily calories for a sedentary senior male is around 2,000 and 1,600 for females. Of course, this would increase if a person is active. Counting calories seems like a universal… Read More
If you want to promote calorie burning it really has a lot to do with what you eat. Of course while marrying proper diet and exercise together can burn the most calories; you can get a good head start by… Read More
If you’re focused on weight loss, counting calories may be something that you’re familiar with. In an effort to limit calories, most people cut out fast food and junk food. Many people turn to artificial sweeteners such as aspartame instead… Read More
Feeling guilty lining up at the fast food restaurant counter? Well, that greasy burger and fries won’t be any less detrimental if you wash them down with diet soda. No free pass for you!
A new study published in the… Read More
Hello 2014! It’s a new year and a lot of us are thinking about shedding those extra pounds and paying more attention to our diet and exercise routines. Is it just me, or are my pants fitting a little tight?… Read More
If your husband offers to help with the housework, you may want to think twice before you take him up on the offer. A lack of physical activity is a known contributing factor to weight gain and obesity.
The decrease… Read More
Chocolate is arguably the world’s favorite ‘junk food’- with 9 out 10 people reporting that they love it and 50 % of the population confessing that they can’t go a day without it.
Although some may argue that chocolate is… Read More
If there is ever a myth that people might wish were true, it is this one. We have all heard old wives tales and health myths about how to improve your general health and well being, but what people might… Read More
Romantic relationships are bound to have their ups and downs, after all there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. Did you know however, that the mixed weight theory has thin men and fat women dealing with quite a… Read More