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It’s that point after you’ve reached that weight loss goal you’ve set for yourself and you think, “Well. What now?” Hitting the maintenance phase of weight loss feels a lot like after you open all your gifts on Christmas – there is a lot of excitement but you don't know what to do or where to start. You think, "How do I maintain the healthy body I've earned for myself without that specific goal?"
Even following a responsible diet program, there may be room for "tricks" to help you change your habits.
If you are frustrated on your weight loss journey and are not moving the scale, let's start looking at the bigger picture. There are other measures of success - whether your clothes fit better or you feel better quality of life. Let's start recognizing all our wins!
Those looking to improve their diet often battle food cravings. Here's a guide to understanding and managing the food cravings to help keep your nutritional goals on the right track.
if you are new to exercise, take small achievable steps you can feel great about. Soon, you can start building up to bigger exercise challenges and will end up with new, healthy habits you can maintain for a lifetime.
Are diet sodas to blame for increased weight gain and promoting diabetes? Get advice from CalorieKing!
Travel doesn't have to derail your diet. With CalorieKing's practical tips you can make a plan and enjoy your holiday!
The media have been abuzz about a report inking long-term weight gain to certain food items and loss to others. Potatoes have been singled out as a major culprit, but it is fair?
CalorieKing focuses on changing lifestyle habits because we understand that health and fitness isn't just about losing weight, but gaining a better quality of life.
There is a silent partner in any diet and fitness plan. Sure, you will be changing the food you eat and or starting back up on regular exercise. However it is important to recognize the silent partner that makes all of this work is motivation. You can't make any of these changes happen unless you make a commitment to making the changes.