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Do you have diabetes, pre-diabetes, or do you think that you might be at risk? Read our 3 weight management tips!
In the light of Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month we give you a few research insights that just may help protect your brain and lessen your risk of developing this mind-robbing disease.
Hunger doesn’t always come from the stomach; the mind can be an equally-powerful trigger when it comes to the urge to eat. For example, many of us get “hungry” when we feel a need to ease feelings of discomfort. This sort of hunger has nothing to do with providing our bodies with energy. It is [...]
May is High Blood Pressure Awareness Month – and though Spring is a busy time for everyone it’s important to pause and check on our heart health. Often we don’t think about our heart health until it is too late, so let’s get in the habit of tracking our numbers early. The Toll of Cardiovascular [...]
On average every 40 seconds someone in the United States suffers from a stroke. Strokes are the fourth leading cause of death and a leading cause of disability in America. Despite the toll it takes on our society many of us don’t know what they are or what the warning signs might be. Let’s get [...]
We may not consider work as a place where we could get fit – it’s nothing but a rat race of meetings and emails right? Your workday may be packed, but finding a way to fit in fitness is not only for the sake of your health, it also helps to make work a more [...]
The CalorieKing Blog tackles emotional eating triggers. Learn how to recognize your eating triggers and how to control them as you diet.
Why not take the stress out of Valentine’s Day by dropping the unrealistic expectations and commercial nature of the holiday? Let's take a step back and remind ourselves about what the holiday is really all about, and find new ways to express our love without adding to our waistline. CalorieKing will be your guide!
Mindless overeating is a huge stumbling block to sticking to our weight loss resolutions because it’s habitual. We do it over and over. Food is the last thing on our mind and by the time we do take notice, the overeating has taken its toll in added weight and loss of confidence in our ability to achieve our goals. We'll give you advice on how to stop it.
Many of us find winter to be a challenging time to stay on top of healthy habits. Between holiday festivities and warm, comforting food it is more important than ever to stay focused – especially with your exercise. Remember,though it’s colder and darker, getting outside can be a really great way to keep things fresh after feeling cooped up inside. If you are finding it hard to adjust to the season, let’s talk about finding the motivation to get out the door. Once you are there, let’s remember to stay safe!