According to a recent Weight Watchers’ report, the average American gains seven to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. I think it starts even sooner than that with Halloween. We start off the season with a few binges on Halloween that only increase our cravings for more sweets as we head into the holidays. This does not have to be you— not this year!
Instead of giving into every holiday indulgence you come across, try to tame your sweet cravings with one of these holiday protein smoothies instead!
With the rush and the craziness of the holidays, we sometimes see the worst come out in people. Occasionally, it might even come from us! But hopefully we see incredible kindness and humanity appear as the heart of the season inspires us.
Rather than simply giving up on goodies this holiday season, try these clean ingredient swaps and suggestions to slim down your holiday favorites. Happy baking!
The holidays are here, and as a result, you may find yourself falling behind on your fitness. After all, your schedule is most likely packed with parties, shopping and other festivities that seriously cut into your gym time. But, here’s the deal… you can have your fruitcake and stay fit too.
Alex Silver-Fagan, an ACE-certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, 200-hour certified yoga instructor and sponsored athlete on TEAM Bodybuilding.com— is trying to show women of all ages that working out is not hard— if you take a specific methodology to it.
A new study done at the NICM (National Institute of Complementary Medicine) at the School of Science and Health at the University of Western Sydney, Australia shows that exercise can help to increase your brain size and improve your brain’s function.
Everyone wants fast, convenient results without putting in the time and effort. They think that somewhere, there must be some secret formula that allows people to shortcut science and allows them to … well … cheat.
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