The intentional lessons we teach our children make up only a small portion of what they learn from us. […]
When you get asparagus popping up in the garden, you know that it’s springtime! Try putting your fresh veggies into this delightful dish from Cooking Light.
A recent study published in Obesity International reports that six years after their dramatic and well publicized weight loss on the TV show “The Biggest Loser,” most contestants had regained the pounds—and on top of that, their metabolic rate had slowed and they were burning fewer calories than before starting the show…
How many of you know someone who will go on a diet because they are getting married, planning a tropical vacation where they’ll have to dawn the dreaded swimsuit, or the common “it’s almost summertime” diet? Perhaps you know someone who does this, or maybe this IS you! While it may seem harmless to diet […]
When it comes to making positive lifestyle changes, what we eat can be one of the most difficult habits to change-and stick with. A lot of approaches these days involve an overhaul of current habits, and can easily overwhelm you with feeling like you don’t know where to start. Here are 5 of our favorite […]
Looking to help your kids avoid sedentary summer habits? We have compiled some of our favorite tips to help your family have an active, healthy, and happy 2016 summer!
We are all familiar with the golden rule of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” but when did it become okay for us to be unkind to our bodies in the way that we think, feed, and treat ourselves? Here are 9 mantras to help get you on the path […]
Weight can be an extraordinarily sensitive subject for children and teens. Deciding how to approach weight issues with young people deserves careful attention. Here are some tips for discussing weight with kids.
This client handout helps patients better understand Body Mass Index, a term utilized by healthcare providers to determine risk factors and set weight loss goals.
60% of patients who drop out of a weight loss program attribute unmet expectations as a contributing factor as to why they dropped out. Studies show that unrealistic goals based on inaccurate predictive formulas may be to blame. Read on to see how an RMR test may help your patients avoid this pitfall.