The new school year brings freshmen into a new world. Before college, teenagers are taken care of. They are told what to eat and when to exercise. This works for most (assuming good parents, teachers and coaches are around) and keeps obesity at relatively low levels. When a teenager starts
1. Drink Water. Drinking water throughout the day can help keep you feeling full without adding any extra calories. Water is one of the few substances you can eat or drink that is truly calorie free. Remember, water in itself won’t help you lose weight, but by replacing high calorie
1. Avoid Cravings. When you get hungry you start having cravings. The cravings are usually for foods such as cookies, ice cream and chips. Have you ever had a craving for a tomato? You can go a long way in cutting these cravings out by eating healthy snacks between meals
1. Make Changes Slowly. One of the biggest ways to make a diet fail is by making changes too quickly. If you’re used to eating hamburgers and drinking soda all day, trying to change that overnight will almost certainly lead to failure. You need to make these changes slowly so
On day 5 of our 12 basic habits of Christmas, we will look into our pile of “I know I should do this, but I just don’t…”. Drink water. We are talking specifically about water here, the good ole fashioned H20 kind. Not coffee, or diet soda, or the fizzy
There’s nothing special about water that makes it a magic weight loss cure but it can help you lose weight if you use it correctly. If you drink water just because you think it helps speeds up your metabolism or burns fat, then you’re drinking it for the wrong reasons.