Although a calorie deficit is the main tool for weight loss, perhaps there are some healthy tweaks that could support faster results. For instance Hibiscus tea.
According to the chief scientist at Weight Watchers, Karen Miller-Kovach, falling off the wagon isn’t a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’. And although we addressed this problem previously, we can never have enough tips to prevent this problem. So if we accept that a ‘diet… Read More »New Tips for Getting Back on Track
Did you realize that high-carb diets don’t work equally well for everyone? Nutrition science has come a long way since I finished my first nutrition course 40 years ago. We now acknowledge that one type of eating approach does not necessarily benefit us all. [Although… Read More »Interesting info on carbs
You might well be asking ‘HUH? What’s that?’ It’s also called calorie cycling. It is a well-studied novel approach for improved long-term weight loss success. As we know, for weight loss to occur we need to consume fewer calories than our body requires. This means… Read More »Have you tried Calorie Shifting yet?
OK, you’ve decided to lose your excess weight. To achieve this, everyone already knows one has to create a calorie deficit. This helps our body to use up its excess fat reserves for energy. Even with plant-based eating. Sometimes I wish to write “Especially with… Read More »The 3 Phases of Weight Loss
Here’s the problem with “diets” and the latest eating [or ‘NOT eating’] fad: Most of them are not meant to be long term. Unless of course, you’re using one of my healthy eating plans, which are neither a diet or a fad. 😉 Because when… Read More »Warning! Is Your Diet Sabotaging Your Goals?
I’d like to share a secret with you.
Well, now that I’m writing to you about it, it’s not going to be a secret anymore, is it?
But I wanted to talk to you about the Perfect Weight Loss Plan.
Have you noticed that there’s sooooo much information and mis-information when it comes to choosing the right one? There are books, gurus, groups and bloggers. And how about all those health and wellness coaches and famous doctors… each one with their own *must-do* recommendations that are complete opposites?