If you’re trying to eat healthfully, you may inadvertently be sabotaging your efforts by eating the same foods day after day, or by avoiding specific foods because you believe they are bad for you. Not a good idea, say the Nutrition Twins. Here are the top three most common dinnertime mistakes they see their clients make—and how to avoid them.
5 Mistakes You're Making at the Grocery Store — and How to Prevent Them
There are certain spots where fat likes to hang around. For some, extra padding accumulates in the torso, resulting in a layer of softness above the waistline commonly referred to as the muffin top. Keep reading to find out how to help yours disappear.
People with OCD are plagued by recurring and distressing thoughts, fears, or images (obsessions) they cannot control. The anxiety (nervousness) produced by these thoughts leads to an urgent need to perform certain rituals or routines (compulsions). The compulsive rituals are performed in an attempt to prevent the obsessive thoughts or make them go away. (WebMD)
A Weight Loss Mistake: FAT FREE FOODS! Tips for Belly Fat, Bloating, How to Lose Weight, Burn Fat & Get Fit! Corrina explains why fat free and lowfat foods cause weight gain and stubborn belly fat. Is fat free yogurt healthy? Greek yogurt? Skim Milk? Fat free peanut butter...?
Do you go to the gym day in and day out, but cannot seem to reach your fitness goals? Local Fitness Trainer Tamatha Crowson shares 5 reasons you’re not getting the results you want. The first big mistake is going in without a plan. “There’s a lot of different apps you can get and website you can go to that will give you a free 6 week or 12 week plan,” Crowson said. “There’s also great paid services where can you can get a little more access, access to a trainer and these can be all…