As I write this, I'm six pounds heavier than my lowest weight. It's three days after Thanksgiving, and I've spent the better part of the last week drinking wine and eating baked goods. Of course, I didn't plan to spend the week gorging myself, but I was hosting twenty people for the holiday and doing all of the cooking this year, and "one little taste" (to ensure the food was right for my guests, naturally) led to a daily eat-a-thon. From Thinspired: How I Lost 90 Pounds—My Plan for Lasting Weight Loss and Self-Acceptance.Continue Reading
Holiday cheer abounds not only for the shiny gifts under the tree, but for the tasty surprises on the dinner table, at the bar, and in the dessert tray. Unfortunately, the latter goodies are more likely to linger around your waistline beyond Jan. 1. Why not get a head start on clearing your inner fireplace with a detox plan?Continue Reading
Holiday parties abound: 'tis the season for a nasty hangover. As I always say, you can have it all, just not all at once—and that's how I approach going out. Follow these tips from Skinnygirl Cocktails to have your fun while avoiding late-night regrets and nasty hangovers.Continue Reading
Yes, you can look and feel good during the holiday season. The FastBeach Diet uncovers how Intermittent Fasting, or “IF” (consuming a quarter of your normal caloric intake, twice a week), leads to weight loss.Continue Reading
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