Monthly Archives: December 2013

Serving the Right Size

In my last post, I talked about Americans poor food choices and how we can substitute other foods to make a healthier choice. But it’s not just about eating different foods, portion control plays an equally important part in controlling … Continue reading

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The American Diet Needs to Change

  It’s no secret: The American diet needs to change. Fast foods, high-calorie desserts, sweet drinks, and more have filled us up — and out. Most adults and 1 in 3 children in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Some … Continue reading

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An example of a successful no-diet weight loss program

By adopting sensible eating habits and practicing portion control, you can eat nutritious foods so that you take in as many calories as you need to maintain your health and well-being at your ideal weight. Often, weight loss occurs on … Continue reading

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Americans still using too much salt

Most of Americans say, “What’s the big deal, I barely use the salt shaker.” Read on and you’ll learn why salt maybe causing your health problems. Americans’ love of salt has continued unabated in the 21st century, putting people at … Continue reading

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Weight Loss and Health Care Reform: FAQ

I’ve gotten many email asking about the changes in our healthcare policies next year and a quick answer is that it will depend on your state. Now, having said that, I found an article of interest. The Q & A … Continue reading

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Think about changing your diet

We’re finding more and more that our body will do the healing if we eat the proper foods. For instance, on the Today Show this morning Dr. Oz was demonstrating how cancer grows in your body and that we all … Continue reading

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Weight-loss basics

Losing weight is a balancing act between the amount of calories you eat and the amount of calories you burn. For example, a women depending on height should stay in a range of 1500 to 2000 calories a day. A … Continue reading

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