Fall is almost here, and with it, (slightly) cooler weather. Studies show that with the cold weather and all the coming festivities, people tend to gain five to seven pounds. Halloween, only two weeks away, is traditionally the Fall pivotal point of Tucson's weather. Seasonal weight gain varies from person to person, but certain issues… Continue reading 10 Ways To Avoid Cold Weather Weight Gain
This year has brought about new information concerning sugar substitutes, leading many to reconsider their consumption levels. As information piles up about the higher risk of stroke, heart attack, potential damage to DNA, higher likelihood of obesity, disruption to your gut microbiome, and more- it all begs the question- should we be consuming these substitutes… Continue reading Ultra-processed Foods, Especially Those with Sugar Substitutes, Linked to Depression in Women
Calorie restriction isn't new. Many weight-loss strategies are built around the premise that a calorie deficit is what is needed to lose pounds. And it's true. Consuming more than the quantity of calories your body needs will only lead to a surplus, which results in weight gain over time. Weight loss, and maintaining a healthy… Continue reading Calorie Restriction May Slow Aging
We've all made it this far in the holiday season, doing our best to make healthy, wise decisions when it comes to the food we eat. It's not an easy job! The holidays are the time of year that most people gain weight due to the change in diet, averaging an increase of 5-7 pounds.… Continue reading 9 Holly, Jolly, Healthy Holiday Recipes
It’s hard to believe that we have begun another holiday season. With all the excitement, cold weather and festivities, studies show people tend to gain five to seven pounds over these months. It’s common to feel hungrier at this time of year because colder weather leads to a drop in our body temperature, which then… Continue reading Why Do People Eat More In The Winter?