The Skinny On Scales

You've probably heard conflicting information on how often you should step on the scale to weigh yourself. While different methods may work differently for any one person, there is evidence that shows weighing yourself regularly can aid in weight management. Weighing yourself daily can help you feel a sense of control over your diet by putting...
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Signs Your Sleep Habits Aren’t Working For You

Poor Concentration And Memory

New experiences are encoded and saved in our memories while we sleep. Lack of sleep can cause a reduction in alertness, impaired judgement and forgetfulness.

Getting Sick More Often

Sleep allows our bodies to recover from the stresses of everyday life. If we do not get enough sleep, we are at an increased risk...
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The Sweet Poison – Sugar

In our over-load information society, we have been told many conflict- ing facts about proteins, carbohydrates and fats, but one area that has not been misunderstood is SUGAR. By now, we should all know the answer to the question, How much sugar am I allowed in one day? The answer is zero. There is no...
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Weight Training and Fat Burning

Incorporating weight/strength training into your regular exercise program can help burn unwanted fat pounds for two reasons. One reason is muscle fiber and the other is an increase in your metabolic rate. Weight/strength training should be practiced at least three times per week. Resistance, in each of the major muscle groups, should cause fatigue from 8-12...
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