Alcohol and weight loss are enemies, but an occasional drink can have a place in a healthy lifestyle. In fact, many experts note the potential health benefits of consuming a single drink per day, including a reduced risk for high blood pressure If, h... Read more
You've been working hard at making healthy changes to your diet and exercising regularly to lose weight. But there's more to weight loss than watching what you eat; the beverages you drink can also affect your progress. Are you sabotaging you... Read more
PMS. Three little letters that spell dread and discomfort for millions of women every month. It is reported that more than half and perhaps as many as 85 percent of all women experience discomfort related to menstruation, common referred to as Premen... Read more
Whether browsing the Internet, surfing through 500 channels, or flipping through your favorite magazine (or tabloid), you’ll find them everywhere: weight loss supplements that offer quick and easy solutions to shedding unwanted pounds. Simply p... Read more
The pool can be a scary place. You have to wear a swimsuit (ack!), get your hair wet and know the rules of the road—er, swim lanes. But don't let that stop you! Water provides an excellent workout, especially for people with joint issues or... Read more
I drink water and I trck it by my water bottle is 16oz, and I fill it 4 times a day so that works out to 8 glasses of water a day. No I don't stress if I miss a glass or two I just say okay tomorrow is another day.... Read more
I'll offer some thoughts. First water (or things containing water) are important. The 8 glasses/day has no scientific validity. Some say 64 oz (8X8oz), others 100oz. Which size glass? Need depends on activity and what you eat. Just stay hydrated.... Read more
I'm curious to see how people count their water and if you stress if you don't meet it? I guesstimate as I carry around a gallon of water and I drink homemade unsweet tea. I don't stress too much as I eat a lot of fruits and veggies.... Read more
Start with 2 oz. of pure unsweetened cranberry juice...the kind you get in the healthy food section at the grocery store. The ingredients will say cranberry juice and water...nothing more. Absolutely No high fructose corn syrup a Next, you add 4 to 6... Read more
Tomatoes, Swiss Chard, Spinach, ROMAINE Lettuce, Shredded cabbage, Melon, avacados, berries, apples sliced into green salads increase your intake of fiber and water. Other high water foods are: celery, cucumbers, radishes, carrots, asparagus, Artich... Read more
Perhaps you have heard eating a banana or drinking a glass of orange juice or milk can help relieve the pain of leg cramps. Maybe you have read that a diet high in potassium can help reduce blood pressure or the risk of a kidney stone incident.
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A recent survey of women between the ages of 25 and 45 found that 75% eat, think and behave abnormally around food. These results weren't limited to a specific ethnic or racial group, applying to most women in general. The study also found that 31%... Read more
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