In a society driven by commercial consumerism, it is no surprise that fad diets compete with one another for popularity. But which diets actually work, and why?
The calories-in-calories-out myth has become woefully outdated. Calories do count, but where they come from matters far more.
We’ve been fed misinformation and outright lies about when it comes to weight loss, and we’ve swallowed them hook, line and sinker.
Using mind/body techniques I believe we can enhance our healing but we can’t forget the basics. Here are some 10 surefire tips to help you experience ultimate healing.
Even though you’ve been eating clean, lean protein at every meal and working out twice a week with that hot new trainer, not getting eight hours of sleep every night increases your obesity risk.
From this physical challenge, I refined my resiliency, strength, and character. I gained a new appreciation for being able-bodied; I am grateful for the ability to walk.
If you’re doing these five common exercises, you could be wasting your workout time and causing far more harm than good.
Butter…cream…coconut… Wouldn’t you love to start eating these “forbidden” foods again, and even get off the dieting merry-go-round once and for all?
"The month’s almost over and I’m becoming increasingly desperate. The extra two pounds sit on my bloated belly like an overstuffed burger sits on a tiny bun."
Over nine months, I was able to drop 50 pounds with little exercise. Cleaning up my diet was a really spiritual experience, and it empowered me and revealed this inner strength that I was too ashamed to let out before.
A recent study shows people who drink diet soda actually have a greater chance of becoming overweight than regular soda drinkers!
HoneyColony talks with the inventor of the Squatty Potty — a man with a mission to help change the way America poops, one stool at a time.