High-Carb, Low-Carb, High-Fat, Low-Fat, or High-Protein, Low-Protein?

How many of these diet guidelines have you followed? For how long and did any work for you long-term? Based on actual studies and real testimonies it holds true that some people can lose their excess weight all the time (on any diet), everyone can lose it some of the time, but not everyone can […]

Weight Loss Plateaus

One of the most common questions we receive is why people experience a slowing or stall in their weight/fat loss. Today, we’ll cover the most common reasons and how to fix them. The program works and continues to work for everyone when consistently followed as directed. The main reason for a plateau is: You guessed […]

Children Are Influenced By Parents Weight

Children with parents who are a normal weight are three times more likely to have a normal weight than children whose parents are overweight, according to a study by UK researchers at the UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health. The study shows strong parental influence on children’s weight. Results were based on info from […]

New Study Suggests Timing of Sleep Linked to Weight

“Early to bed and early to rise” is good advice as far as your health is concerned according to a study from the University of South Australia. The study tracked bedtimes and wake times of 2,200 Australian participants, ages 9 to 16, along with comparing their weights and use of free time over four days.  […]

Why Do We Choose Mega-Calorie Junk Food?

Salads are nice, but burgers are what really sell. Even though people say they want healthier food choices at fast food and other restaurants, when they actually order, it’s not the healthier options that they choose, but the burgers and fries and many even opt for the mega-size versions.  The government is pushing for restaurants […]