Starting the New Year off with a fresh, healthier eating routine? When the resolution fades, don’t succumb to that bag of chips! In The DASH Diet for Weight Loss, Thomas Moore, M.D. shares 10 ways to stick to your diet at home.
This fruit-based stir-fry has only 330 calories, plus one fruit and one veggie serving. You can easily make it vegetarian, too. Get on your healthy eating plan with this low-fat recipe from the top-rated The DASH Diet for Weight Loss, by Thomas J. Moore, M.D.
By Keri Gans, MS, RD, CDN
Author of The Small Change Diet
The winter months divide us into two types of people: the fit and the unfit. Fit people keep moving no matter what. They don’t use the dreary cold months to deter them from reaching their health goals. Unfit people make excuses. But even a person who claims to be totally uninterested in exercising can find something that excites them enough to get moving.
Before you make your New Year’s resolutions, remember: A series of small lifestyle changes can help you lose weight—and keep it off for good. Learn how to stop dieting and make honest behavioral moves that will keep you slim. From Keri Gans, MS, RD, CDN, author of The Small Change Diet: 10 Steps to a Thinner, Healthier You.
This focused, effective workout will make you sweat — and help you get you back to your pre-pregnancy weight in no time. From The Mommy Diet: A Month-by-Month Plan for a Healthy Body and Mind Before, During, and After Pregnancy, by Alison Sweeney, host of The Biggest Loser.
These tried-and-true strategies will help you cope with pregnancy-related nausea, says Alison Sweeney, host of The Biggest Loser and author of The Mommy Diet: A Month-by-Month Plan for a Healthy Body and Mind Before, During, and After Pregnancy.