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Read This Before Trying a Low Carb Diet

A low carb diet can help you lose weight and enjoy other potential health benefits. Many studies suggest that cutting back on carbs may contribute to stabilizing your blood sugar and reducing your risk for diabetes and certain heart conditions.

However, there can be pitfalls. For example, your body needs time to adapt to your new diet, and you may miss some of your favorite foods.


If you're thinking about consuming fewer carbs, read this. You'll learn whether a low carb diet can keep you healthy and satisfied.

Losing Weight on a Low Carb Diet

It's possible to slim down by avoiding carbs, but it's not guaranteed. Success depends on knowing how to make smart choices.

Try these strategies to help a low carb diet work for you:

1. Think long term. There is some evidence that low carb diets produce more weight loss within the first 6 months compared to low fat diets, but the difference declines over time. If you don't need to reduce quickly, you may prefer a less restrictive …

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Try Goal-Oriented Training for More Effective Weight and Muscle Management

One of the biggest issues in today's fitness industry is the state of mind. Everyone is after a physique like a Greek God, and everyone has forgotten about the true purpose of the human body: functionality. 

When you look at an Olympic athlete, they look great - some would say amazing. But their goal isn't to look great. They're crafting their body from the perspective of human performance, and the physique comes with it. 

If you've been struggling to meet the rigorous demands of your workout program and diet, it could be time to make a sustainable change towards a program that is progressive in nature and goal-oriented.

What is Goal-Oriented Training?

Exactly as it sounds, goal-oriented training is training towards a specific goal, generally in performance rather than physique and body composition.

For example, in a goal-oriented training program, your goal might be to bench 200 pounds, rather than develop a strong and sexy chest. Another goal could be to squat 300 times…

Weight Loss and Fitness Progress Tracking Checklist

One of the hardest aspects of any fitness program is ensuring that you're constantly making progress. You may go from week to week losing weight, but how can you be sure that you're growing stronger and improving your cardiovascular health? 

This progress tracker has you covered! 

If you can check off all of these boxes each day, you can have faith that you're making progress towards your goals. 

Goals: 

Weight loss, build muscle, improve body composition, strengthen health

* Drink 3-4 quarts of water. Hydration is essential to your success when you're trying to strengthen your health. 

* Eat 4 servings of veggies. Not only do vegetables provide you with a clean source of carbohydrates in low calories, but they are also your staple nutrient for micronutrient consumption. 

* 20-30 minutes of exercise daily. Staying active is the only way you can continue to increase your metabolic rate to influence weight loss. 

* 2 servings of lean protein. Fish, chicken, beans, lentils - any…

The Surprising Truth about Eating a Diverse Diet

For years nutritionists recommended eating a diverse diet, but it turns out that advice may be outdated. A recent study by the American Heart Association found that a varied diet can actually increase the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.
Before the twentieth century, it made sense to try to eat a lot of different foods because malnutrition was widespread. Today, many adults are consuming too much food, including both healthy and unhealthy choices

If you're looking for simple strategies for healthier eating, consider switching to a less diverse diet. Learn more about the benefits and how to get started.
Eating Fewer Foods

The American Heart Association suggests sticking with a certain number of healthy foods you like. If you're used to following each new internet food trend, this may be challenging, but you can make it appealing.

Try these ideas to eat fewer foods:
1. Save time. In addition to the health benefits, think about the time you'll save. Grocery shopping a…

BEST DIET OVERALL. Lose Weight and Optimize Your Health Opens a New Window.

Best Diets Overall
Mediterranean Diet
The goal: Melt fat and avoid chronic diseases, like cancer and diabetes.
Pros: You can enjoy poultry, eggs, cheese, and yogurt in moderation; eat sweets and red meat on special occasions; and have red wine with your fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans, nuts, legumes, olive oil, and seafood. There’s a plethora of research backing up this diet.
Cons: You have to be accountable for figuring out calorie consumption to lose or maintain your weight, as well as your workouts.DASH Diet
The goal: The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension eating plan does what its name suggests: helps lower high blood pressure and encourages weight loss.
Pros: It’s straightforward. Eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and low-fat dairy; eat less red meat, salt, and high-calorie sweets. Plus, The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute offers free guides.
Cons: You might not lose as much weight as you would on other plans because it’s more catered to impro…

Want to Train Your Brain to Eat Less?

You're going along sticking to your diet when suddenly you hit a bump in the road. Maybe you skip breakfast and wind up eating a double bacon cheeseburger for lunch because you're so hungry. Maybe you enjoy healthy dinners, but you snack on potato chips afterwards because your stomach is rumbling.

Managing your weight is easier when you can control your appetite. Even if you're a healthy size now, your body will slow down as you grow older. That means you're liable to gain excess pounds just by eating the same amount as usual.

Remember that hunger starts in your brain and so does the solution.

Try these tips for training yourself to eat less.

Changing What You Eat:

1. Consume more fiber. Foods rich in fiber fill you up faster partly because they tend to be bulky and take longer to chew. As a bonus, they're often highly nutritious and reduce your risk for many serious health conditions. Good choices include most vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.

2. Increase your prot…