Loneliness is often one of the by-products of trying to lose weight. Either you’re intentionally separating yourself from a group of people who may have supported bad eating habits, or you’re abandoning people who have humiliated you about your weight.Continue reading...
From stand-alone boutiques to big-business gyms, it seems everyone and her sister has begun to belly up to the barre. The gazillion ballet-inspired classes out there are all designed for one purpose: to help you achieve a slim, strong, sculpted dancer’s body (or as close to that as your genetic makeup will allow). Now who wouldn’t want one of those?Continue reading...
Dingyblond has lost an astounding 97 pounds. She used to weigh over 250 and now weighs about 153. She started her determined weight loss journey in January 2010. It's been a lot of exercise and a big change in eating habits, all of which have produced incredible resultsContinue reading...
Exercise doesn't have to be fast, intense movement that makes you sweat profusely. The longer and faster you exercise doesn't always mean better results.Continue reading...
The September equinox has passed and the ushering in of a new season means a fresh batch of fruits and vegetables.Continue reading...
"What are you cooking?! Even the garage smells great!" These were the actual words spoken by my son when he returned from work one day to a house filled with the aroma ofContinue reading...
Calorie Count’s nutritionist, Mary Hartley, is featured on DietsinReview.com in today’s episode of their hit video series, “HealthBuzz.” Check out the segment [below] to watch Mary as she uncovers “The Truth Behind Whole Grains.”Continue reading...
The Biggest Loser season 12 kicks off with 15 contestants in the middle of a desert! No one is around except the 15 people with grey shirts on with huge black numbers in the middle of them.Continue reading...
When it comes to belly fat, it’s not about what meets the eye, but what lies beneath that is cause for concern. A visible protruding belly, also known as a pooch, gut, or spare tire, is unsightly, but when researchers mention increased risk for chronic diseases, the fat they are referring to is visceral fat.Continue reading...
I wish there were a magic food that would give me sleek, strong muscles. Unfortunately, I’m not a magician. But (and here’s the good news), when it comes to strength building there is a “food formula” that can help you gain muscle mass if you exercise, which Holly Pevzner reported on in a recent issue of EatingWell Magazine.Continue reading...
Multiple studies have linked obesity to increased risk for depression. Symptoms of depression, including loss of interest, lack of energy, and feelings of hopelessness may be hard to get past in setting any goal, but for those who are obese trying to lose weight, there’s hope.Continue reading...
It’s a familiar story: You pledge to honor a daily elliptical routine and count every last calorie. But soon, you’re eating cupcakes at the office and grabbing happy hour mojitos, thinking, Oops, diet over.Continue reading...
There are countless diets that tell people what to eat to lose weight, but researchers are finding when you eat may be as important. Recent studies have shown that food intake is significantly different at different times of the day and their findings may shed light on the obesity epidemic.Continue reading...
Dieting isn’t easy, so use these motivational techniques to keep up your healthy eating habits.Continue reading...
Niceundertaker has had his share of weight loss attempts over the years. He’s tried everything from weight loss surgery along with many of the popular diets on the market. Realizing his health was in jeopardy, he joined Calorie Count and finally put an end to Yo-Yo dieting. As he states “If I would eat correctly and watch my calories, I could lose the weight”. He’s successfully proven that statement by losing 123lbsContinue reading...
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