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It’s easy enough to say eat less, move more, but often more difficult to do. Here are a few ideas on how to make it easier: 3. LEARN HOW TO ORDER AT RESTAURANTS Eating out can rack up the calories, so knowing how to make healthy menu swaps...

It’s easy enough to say eat less, move more, but often more difficult to do. Here are a few ideas on how to make it easier: 1. REMOVE TEMPTATION If you’re trying to set yourself up for success, keeping donuts and chips around isn’t doing you any favors....

People tend to over-indulge, and it’s estimated the average person consumes around 3,000 calories on a special day. For many people, that can be two days worth of calories in one. The extra fuel comes from chips and dips, alcoholic drinks, fancy hot drinks and...

 #4 YOUR RECOVERY WILL BE SLOWER Are you are concerned about personal bests or training for a race? The true ketogenic diet is not usually associated with better athletic performance. Power sports like weightlifting or sprinting, most research has found that keto does not benefit performance in any way. In...

#3 YOU’LL BE MORE PRONE TO DEHYDRATION Another downside of keto (or any low-carb diet)  is the increase water needs. Excreting the waste products from thes diets requires LOTS of fluids. This puts people at a higher risk for dehydration. Keto and other low-carb the diets in...

#2 YOU’LL NEED TO DIAL BACK INTENSITY IN THE BEGINNING Starting a ketogenic (or any low-carb) diet is a major adjustment for your body, especially if you are used to eating a moderate to high carbohydrate diet. Following this low-carb, high-fat diet properly, your body will switch fuel...

#1 YOU MAY HAVE LESS ENERGY The keto diet involves eating a very small amount of carbs and very high amounts of fat. Following the keto diet may cut out processed sweets and starches, they also eliminate or severely restrict nutrient-dense simple carbohydrates.  Such as fruit and low-fat dairy...

I am sure you have been contemplating various “weight-loss strategies”.  Trust that you are not alone. As I Registered Dietitian, I believe in the least amount of restrictions to address the total body. Such as: weight loss, increased energy levels, reduced illness and inflammation, lower blood pressure, bad cholesterol...

  “Revealed: A Fool-Proof, Step-By-Step System To Lose Weight Once and For All PLUS the added bonus of Increasing Energy Levels, Lowering Blood Sugar, Cholesterol and Blood Pressure!" Calling All Health Conscious Folks! Got a quick question for you...

Salt also causes you to retain water, which tips the scales upward. By reducing your sodium intake, you may lose weight and also reap other health benefits.  Your body needs sodium to control blood pressure and blood volume and maintain proper functioning of your nerves...