7 ways to keep alcohol from wrecking your diet
In addition, more than half say that imbibing makes them hungrier, and four in five admit that drinking diminishes their willpower, causing them to indulge in foods like burgers, pizza, and chips. If alcohol is your diet downfall, try putting these … Read more on CNN
Justin Levine: 4 priorities to a healthy nutrition plan
Today we talk nutrition. Healthy nutrition is usually the tougher component to adhere to. This is a good quote when talking about nutrition” “Get fit in the gym, and lose weight in the kitchen.” Of course, you need both ingredients to be successful in … Read more on Visalia Times-Delta
Clean and Lean Diet: James Duigan's clean eating diet plan
… says James. Sounds pretty damn good doesn't it? That's because it is. Rather than just another crazy fad diet creeping into the already crammed world of diet plans, this is a lifestyle change that focuses on the key principles of healthy eating and … Read more on soFeminine.co.uk
9 Skinny Bitch in the Kitch
With the right lifestyle program, 2014 could be the year you finally lose those extra pounds. We've compiled and reviewed the top diet books that lay out doable plans for healthy weight loss, including the trendy Paleo diet and words of wisdom from … Read more on Fox News
The Christmas season bustles with list making, mall crawling, web surfing… until that delicious sigh of relief as the last ribbon is curled. Balancing personal and business responsibilities during the holidays can challenge even the most self-aware among us (in the most ‘functional’ families). Award-winning author / stress management expert Susie Mantell of Relaxintuit.com shares 16 Holiday Stress Tips for More Joyful, (Less Stressful!) Holidays:
1. Create a Pre-Holiday Timeline: Prevent last-minute anxiety, and the dreaded Christmas Eve Crunch.
2. Shop Smart: Before heading to stores, comparison shop online for best prices and reviews. Examine merchandise thoroughly for defects. Ask about warrantees, especially for big-ticket items.
3. Co-Op Shop: Trade babysitting with friends so you can each shop hands-free. Coordinate holiday gift shopping expeditions, picking up what each other needs at stores you visit. Co-Op Cook: Bake two lasagnas while a neighbor makes chili for both families. Bake two pies or batches of cupcakes. Swap.
4. Wrap-As-You-Shop: Avoid midnight marathon wrapping by wrapping the same day you buy.
5. Simplify: Allowing guests to bring something often makes people feel more at home. Ask your family to reevaluate more demanding traditions. Could skating and a sleepover replace baking four different Christmas cookies from scratch?
6. Ask What People Want: Surprises are wonderful, but so is receiving your hearts desire. Knowing people will love their presents also relieves shopping stress.
7. Safety First: When shopping online, use only trusted, secure websites that provide phone support. Look for a lock, and address fields showing: h t t p s
For more healthy eating and fitness tips for P90X, TurboFire, Insanity – visit us at mysymfitness.com For full details on David’s P90X Nutrition plan that I used to lose 37lbs of fat in 6 months, check out our website. Kate shows us P90X Foods from Costo that help with healthy eating. These are some of the best foods from Costco at a great price. Best of all, they are P90X, TurboFire, Insanity, Master Your Metabolism approved. We use these in our P90X Diet.
Michelle Tennant Nicholson continues her YouTube video update from her treadmill desk regarding her participation in Jillian Michael’s 2011 “Be the Change” challenge. In week two, she’s lost no weight, has had a good cry session and is back in action with new tools like a Taylor portable handheld body fat analyzer and MIO heart rate monitor. She addresses her new friends around the world in Melbourne, Australia and answers their questions about how she’s using the portion control “Yum Yum Dishes” (www.yumyumdish.com
A Health journal, in which I record all my thoughts and feelings about losing weight and the ups and downs of the journey. And a weight loss data notebook, in which I keep track of all my weight loss to date and the goals I’ve set for the future.