Tag Archives: Weight Loss Diet

A diet of junk food and ultra-processed food increases the amount of visceral fat deep in your abdominal cavity. What you drink matters too. One small change you can make to decrease your body’s fat burden is to change the type of beverages you drink. Let’s look at three types of beverages to avoid, and two you should drink if you have too much visceral fat. [Read more]

There’s plenty of so-called “diet foods” available in grocery stores today. Often labeled “low-fat,” “low-calorie” and “fat-free,” these products are marketed specifically to those looking to drop weight. But often, they don’t deliver. In fact, many of today’s supposed health foods are doing more than preventing weight loss; they are likely actively promoting weight gain. If you’re exercising regularly and eating a balanced diet but still not dropping those pesky pounds, these 10 pseudo “health foods” may likely be to blame. [Read more]

If you want to lose weight, you don’t need to starve yourself with a crash diet nor undergo a weight reduction surgery. While you might shed some pounds with these methods, you could end up putting your health and wellness at risk. Instead, you just need to follow some simple tips that can help you lose weight and keep it off. [Read more]

When you want to lose weight the go-to answer is to eat less and move more. But for those who have struggled with weight gain and obesity for most of their lives, simply eating less isn’t enough of an answer. Exercise will help tone muscle, but if you are eating the wrong foods then you could just be breaking even every day, even with those daily trips to the gym. [Read more]

Children need breakfast most of all, to fuel their developing bodies and minds. However, the breakfast food of choice for many American kids is sugary cereal, which packs in far more calories than most kids need in a single meal and little nutritional value. Though the right kind of cereal can give you some low-calorie nutrition for a quick and easy morning meal, high-sugar cereals do little more than contribute to the spread of childhood obesity. [Read more]