The correct answer to the following question will shock you.
Would you survive longer on a diet of just water OR on a diet of water and refined sugar?
The answer: You would survive longer on just water.
Every year at about this time frustrated people around the globe look in the mirror and realize that their waist is larger, hips are wider, and their New Year’s resolve has fizzled.
So what do you do about the stubborn and seemingly permanent fat?
Sink into a depression?
We’ve all heard that snacking is great for the metabolism…but have you taken it too far?
With the holidays over and football season (and all the alcohol and junk food that goes with it) behind us, it’s time to get serious about your health (if you haven’t already). This is a great time of year to get back on track if you’ve made New Years resolutions and sorta gave up on them. Starting today will give you a great head start for the Spring (and on the rest of your life).
The best kind of fat loss is steady fat loss. And while a slow-and-steady approach to weight loss will ensure that you keep the weight off for good, I have a few tricks to help you burn fat as fast as possible.
Look, I know we’re all super busy. I get it, I really do. As someone with a 50-60 hour a week job and a family to take care of, I completely understand those that say they don’t have time to exercise.
Your doctor feels like a broken record.
The New Year is still young, and if you’ve decided to make this your year for losing the weight and tightening your abs, keep reading.
Are you feeling reluctant to create New Year’s Resolutions? I don’t blame you. In fact, I am not a big fan or New Year’s Resolutions. History shows that the vast majority of resolutions fail. So let’s skip the resolutions that are bound to fail and instead focus on some healthy habits you can actually keep and make good on from January all the way to December 31.