Yearly Archives: 2012

Be Fine While Dining

With the right mindset and strategies, you can stick to your diet in any social dining situation and take the stress out of an enjoyable experience. [Read more]

Weight Loss Ready. Set. Go!

Readiness for weight loss falls on a spectrum. There is no green light that will flash on and make you ready to commit to your medical weight loss plan. Syracuse and Fayetteville aren’t going to change overnight, suddenly making it easier for you to take your weight loss goals seriously. [Read more]

Healthy Cooking for Weight Loss

Cooking at home is the best way to control ingredients, portion sizes and ultimately the calories that you are consuming. [Read more]

Ease into Exercise

Your weight loss diet will be a huge part of making your lifestyle healthier, but exercise is what will help you keep it that way. As you lose weight thanks to new habits, your fitness program provide all sorts of health benefits– from stress reduction to a stronger cardiovascular system and the strong, lean muscles that provide the foundation of a healthy body. [Read more]

Actively Being Active during Weight Loss

Developing an active lifestyle has more to do with how you approach and think about your way of life than it does with planning times in which you can work out. [Read more]

Dr. Scinta on Knockout Obesity

Knockout Obesity expert, Dr. Wendy Scinta, visits Kingsborough Community College to give a presentation on childhood obesity. [Read more]

Your Weight Loss Ready Home

The farmer’s market, the health food store, your gym, a favorite local park—during your weight loss diet, Syracuse, DeWitt and Fayetteville are full of places that will help you stay healthy and lose weight, but one of them will be most important of all. Because each of us spends so much time at home, we need to turn our humble abodes into the perfect places for weight loss, diet-ready dwellings that will help us reach the heights of weight loss success. [Read more]

Happy Fall Everyone!

A funny story about the gentleman who uttered this quote. In August of this year, Steve Harvey was delivering his final stand up routine of a 27 year career. Born in Welch West Virginia, the son of a coal miner, Harvey grew up very poor. He worked his way up through the ranks with a stand- up comedy routine that started in local clubs in Ohio, and eventually became a national sensation- touring as part of the Kings of Comedy with Cedric the Entertainer, D.L Hughley and Bernie Mac. Harvey went on to star in movies and T.V. shows, wrote some famous books about relationships including, “Act Like A Lady, Think Like a Man” and “Straight Talk, No Chaser: How to Find and Keep a Man.” He continues to have a very successful morning radio show while simultaneously hosting “The Family Feud.” [Read more]

Weight Loss Goals on the Web

The internet is an excellent place to share your weight loss goals to create a network of accountability. [Read more]

Weight Loss’s Secret Weapon: Accountability

Becoming more accountable can help you reach your weight loss goals. [Read more]