Tag Archives: diet
No matter how healthy the food at a summer BBQ, there are still hidden dangers - only not to your waistline. The heat and humidity can turn your favorite foods into veritable petri dishes. With a rise in food poisoning and related illnesses during the summer, make sure you are taking the proper precautions to stay safe from those unseen food borne bugs.
There is nothing we here at CalorieKing love more than a good plan. Because we hold dear this love of plans, we've put together a handy CalorieKing checklist to help you navigate one of the most ubiquitous of summertime activities - the summer backyard party/bbq.
Let’s face it, making changes to your lifestyle habits can be really hard. It’s always helpful to have someone right by your side helping you to make the right choices, motivating you and keeping your spirits up. I am very fortunate to have a fitness coach right in my own house – her name is [...]
There is a lot of noise out there about what works for keeping your eyes healthy – that is aside from wearing your sunglasses to protect from the sun. The latest talk is about how to protect your eyes from the inside by looking at what you eat and is someone who is keen on [...]
I'm sure I'm not the lone foodie working towards a healthier waistline so what do we do when we know we have to build better habits?
Do you want to hear an alarming statistic? Women are 100% more likely than men to receive preventative health care. Now consider according to the CDC men die first from the top 10 causes of death and die approximately six years earlier. Men, what's going on?
The CalorieKing answers member questions about diet, exercise and counting calories!
Life is meant for living and the added stress of worrying about putting a healthy meal on the table and meeting your budget shouldn’t be an added pressure. We've put together the top 15 CalorieKing Tips for keeping your grocery bill low.
Listen to the story of one of CalorieKing's success stories as they recount their reasons for wanting to lose weight and live healthier.
I recently started reading NPR’s Obesity Series. Among other utterly amazing and terrifying statistics on diet and obesity was one which visually blew my mind – such as the average revolving door has over time been revised from 10 to 12 feet! While I’m a visual person and envisioning that drove a point home for [...]