Fast food ads hit obesity-prone children harder.
Without an objective plan and a good sense of what hunger means, things will fall apart.
Thanks to the fast-paced society we live in, it’s easy to lose touch with our body’s signals when it comes to food.
For calorie control, appetite management, and health, my go-to is intermittent fasting.
Your brain only requires a small amount of glucose. You can just as easily (and more effectively) work off of ketone bodies.
What strategies can we use to avoid loading up on sugar more than we usually do over the holidays? I’ve got a few solutions that have worked for me, and I’d like to share them with you.
Sometimes when you're hungry, it's not for food. Your body might be desperately signaling for something else. Here are four things you might be "hungry" for, instead of that tub of ice cream.