Tag Archives: motivation
Every year as the clock counts down to a new year we look back at the old and ponder what we want to change in the new. Resolutions seem to be as much a part of the holidays as the celebrations. So once you’ve decided to make changes how do you make them a part [...]
With so much candy everywhere you look, it can be tricky to resist the treats. The key to surviving a holiday without binging on ‘Jelly Eyeballs’ and ‘Candy Corn’ is preparation, starting with these five simple tips. Keep trigger foods out of the house What are the foods that trigger you to overeat? White chocolate? [...]
When you decide you’re going to lose those extra pounds, you’re buzzing with enthusiasm and determination. You have a salad, say no to that chocolate muffin, fueled by your newfound willpower. But as time goes on, your determination wanes and junk food somehow finds its way back onto your plate. And there you are; back [...]
Can you enjoy your favorite Independence Day foods and not go overboard with the calories? We say yes!
The CalorieKing Blog explains how to beat the holiday bloat, with a little help in portion control.
The CalorieKing Blog tackles a reader question - where should I exercise?
It’s been core to the CalorieKing Program since its inception – keeping a food journal. Now a new study by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center validates the concept of keeping some record of your food intake does help you lose weight. The CalorieKing Blog will delve into the new study.
Many of us allow a number on the scale, to change the game and go back to old eating habits. It’s not an uncommon reaction, but here are some reasons to stick to your game plan. Your scale could be a game changer for you and the CalorieKing Blog will explain why it's not always correct.
We love good times with friends, family and food as much as you do. The CalorieKing difference is we believe in having a good plan for our food intake to go along with our preparation for a party. That way we can enjoy the good times without feeling guilty afterwards. Advance planning – whether you are throwing the gathering or just attending – helps us keep track of the practical things like our daily calorie allowances, menu planning and choices. It also helps us prepare to navigate group settings where things like portion control and saying no to seconds can be difficult. The CalorieKing Blog will show you how.
Summertime gatherings are tough for those of us trying to stay healthy. There’s always a pile of food and a group of friends ready to hand me a plate or a drink, not realizing I struggle with keeping my calories within my daily allowance. Sometimes willpower needs a little nudge doesn’t it? You know what you need to do but you need some help to get there. The CalorieKing Blog is here to tell you it is o.k. to ask for help.