Yearly Archives: 2009

Activities to Keep Kids Healthy

There are many activities you can do with your kids that will help keep them healthy and not break your bank. For young children, public playgrounds offer free exercise with fun slides, swings and lots of room to run. [Read more]

What Does Pre-Diabetic Mean?

As a finely tuned system, your body has certain levels of hormones, lipids and sugars that must be maintained. [Read more]

Tips for Dieters Eating Out

Eating out is often seen as a dieter’s worst nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be if you know how to order the right foods for your diet. Your server can be your best friend when attempting to eat out healthily, so make sure you let him or her know that you are on a diet and that you might need some additional guidance when choosing what to eat. [Read more]

Summer Weight Loss Tips for Kids

With 1/3 of American children struggling with obesity, we decided that it was finally time to put together a formal weight loss program for kids. Weight loss for children must involve a family approach, and summer provides the perfect opportunity to see less of each other. [Read more]

Role of FDA Approved Weight Loss Pills

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved certain weight loss pills to assist dieters in their weight loss goals. These FDA approved weight loss pills can act as a springboard into a new lifestyle. [Read more]

How Summer Vacation can Change Childhood Obesity

For generations American children have looked forward to summer vacation and the time away from the classroom. For previous generation this meant outside activities. [Read more]

Positive Thinking

Lifestyle change as part of your medical weight loss prgram has you on a more positive path to a great life. One of the things you need to do to keep yourself in a great place is to think great thoughts. [Read more]

Preparing Your Family for Weight Loss

The support of your family is one of the most important weapons you have in the battle to lose weight and get fit. But how do you prepare your family and help them understand the ways that you need to be supported? [Read more]

How To Use The Hip To Waist Ratio

The hip-to-waist ratio is used as a guideline to determine risk factors based on body type and where the excess fat in a body is stored. [Read more]

Preparing Your Kitchen for Weight Loss

For most people, their kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the place where people get together to talk about their day, their goals and their dreams. [Read more]