New Year's "resolutions" are often made at the beginning of the year. We resolve to exercise more, eat healthier, pursue career aspirations, spend less time online, or work on our relationships. However,
There’s more to losing weight after the festive binge than cutting calories – lifestyle, psychology and setting realistic goals are also key to success After the culinary excesses of the festive season,
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If one of your resolutions is to lose weight, keeping track of your progress is an important part of the process. But how much is too much when it comes to weighing yourself? Experts used to suggest hopping
Here's a hint: Keep exercising. Did you start running to get slim? Are you worried that as you lose weight, your body will adjust to your exercise routine and you will no longer burn as many calories?
You've heard the mantra: "Eat right. Work out." But when it comes down to it, which one of those things will make a bigger difference in helping you achieve your weight-loss goals? Is it really better
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