Yes, there are some things you can do that will allow you to enjoy your holiday dinner even though you’re dieting. Some healthy holiday eating tips to get you started — ways to eat healthy at holiday meals.
Holiday weight loss tips and advice from a guy who’s kept off the holiday weight but still loves his pies! My best tips to help you quickly lose weight for the New Year.
See why gravy, eggnog, frosted cookies, and pies are tops (and should therefore be gobbled up accordingly)… and why you should steer clear of things like carrots, mashed potatoes, fruitcake, and exercise.
Stop throwing away the pumpkin seeds at carving time! Eating pumpkin seeds benefits your immune system, improves your sleep, and more.
Got a cold during the holidays? It may be Christmas tree allergies! What you need to know about tree mold BEFORE you bring a Christmas tree into your home.
There are a lot of popular hangover myths out there. Unfortunately, most of them are dead wrong! Following are some solid tips for curing your hangover, plus some things you can do to prevent a hangover from occurring in the first place.
A few important facts about hangovers, followed by some of most popular myths about hangovers… Let’s separate fact from fiction when it comes to hangover cures.
Be sure to take steps ahead of time so you can prevent the motion sickness altogether. That way, you won’t have to worry about getting sick during your travels. Here’s a collection of the absolute best tips for combating motion sickness!
The party food doesn’t have to spell doom for your diet. Here are 9 simple tricks that can help you maintain control and resist overeating at the party.
There are literally hundreds of health-related myths and old wives tales. Fortunately, technology is catching up with most of these now, and their validity is being questioned.
Here are some of the more common health myths debunked.
Regardless of how outlandish some of these might seem, we all know that there is no ONE diet plan that works for everyone. So whatever works for you in terms of dieting… I say, go for it! And you never know what will work for you until you try something new.
We have a 5-year-old niece who is Autistic. With years of help from the Cleveland Clinic, she has made dramatic improvements — and she continues to do so, on a daily basis. But I changed my way of thinking about Autism last Christmas when Jim’s parents shared with everyone a photocopied list of ’10 Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew’.