With Jessica Simpson's due date fast approaching, her pregnancy weight gain has become a hot topic.
It's the home-stretch of Jessica Simpson and hubby-to-be, Eric Johnson's long wait for their first daughter! According to Us Weekly, though it's been a couple of weeks since Simpson has been spotted outside of her home, "she's in great spirits."
Celebrities know the secrets to looking great. Learn the 5 reasons so many are ditching the scale.
Christina Aguilera has been attacked for being too skinny and too fat, and she no longer cares what people think. In fact, she’s tossed out her scale and learned how to love her body no matter what size she is. She no longer obsesses about her weight or compares her self-worth with the numbers on the scale.
Stay in shape before the summer starts with these great tips!
Spring is here, which means that summer is coming, which means that everyone is starting to freak out about wearing shorts and bathing suits in the very near future. It happens every year. We feel the weather starting to shift and, suddenly, "bikini body boot camps" start popping up all over the place, and everyone you know starts doing a cleanse.
It's no secret that America has one big national muffin top, but the topic of weight is one fraught as much with anxiety, prejudice and stereotypes as much as it is with fat, calories and sugar. Needless, to say the issue of weight is a heavy one. So, how do you handle it when your partner needs to lose a few pounds?
6,000 Products, 250 Million People, Over 90 Medical Conditions Caused By Aspartame. Are You At Risk?
The European Cancer Research Center has called for an urgent review of aspartame and of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) stance that Aspartame is not a carcinogen. The FDA does report however that 75 percent of the adverse reactions caused by food additives is caused by Aspartame. Aspartame is an artificial sweetener that is commonly called NutraSweet or Equal.
This is for you if you want to lose weight, but need motivation and inspiration to get started.
How can I feel better about my body, even though I’m not yet at my goal weight?
By Joy Bufalini
Certified Body Breakthrough Coach
What are your thoughts on being grateful for you body as it is RIGHT NOW? It probably seems easy to imagine being grateful if you had the body like "so and so" or you weighed "x" amount. But appreciating even those problem areas of your body – your legs, your stomach, your arms? How is that possible?
Surprisingly, a diet isn't always the solution to a healthier you!
You hear it all the time; “I am being good this year and not going to have xyz bad foods, so I don’t gain any weight.” This is the time of year when people join Weight Watchers and go on diets, so they can stay in control during the holidays. For some it works, and that holds out hope for everyone else. For the majority it not only does not keep them in control; the guilt, deprivation and old familiar patterns lead to giving up on the idea and then really over indulging since they blew it anyway. By the time New Year’s rolls around, they have put on nearly 10 pounds – twice the average holiday weight gain. Have you ever done this or know people who have? What happens in January when the holidays are over? Does this process get repeated?
How to navigate all the festive parties without packing on the pounds.
Turkey, stuffing, gravy, eggnog, christmas cookies... and 10 pounds later, you feel sluggish and unhappy. This is typically how the months from November to January play out for you each year. But this year can be different. 4 Secrets To A Stress-Free Thanksgiving
In this video, Counselor/Therapist and YourTango Expert Kris Henderson offers some helpful tips to get through the holiday season without gaining weight.
It's hard to get through the season without gaining weight. Here's how you can do it!
The average American will gain some weight over the holiday season. While we may hate this fact, consider the even worse news: most people don't lose it after January 1. If your weight has crept up over the years, then it may not be your age that's at fault. Just living through these weeks, year after year, can do the trick. So, not gaining weight during the holiday season is truly its own worthy goal.
Cheeseburgers and french fries get more irresistible after these major life milestones.
Tying the knot or getting divorced could make your waistline grow. A recent study found that women have a tendency to gain a few pounds after getting married, while men are likely to do the same after divorce.