Ways to Add Protein to Your Diet

The Keto diet is all the rage these days. You just about can’t pick up a magazine or read a weight loss journey without hearing about Keto. If you’re considering trying the Keto diet here are a few ways to add protein to your diet. Eggs Are you a cereal eater? If cereal is your normal go-to meal, switch out the heavy carb cereal with eggs. Eggs boost protein levels and keep you fuller longer than cereal. The longer you’re {Read More}

Living with a Faulty Thyroid

It’s amazing how one little gland can turn not only your life upside down but your outlook on life completely upside down too. It’s true, living with a faulty thyroid gland isn’t easy. The thyroid gland is responsible for so many body functions and when it doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do it makes life really hard at times. A little over a year ago I experienced the emotional loss of my marriage of 13 years. The years leading {Read More}

Back Pain due to Being Overweight

Back pain is something I’ve dealt with over the years and the biggest cause of back pain is being overweight. There, I said it. The pain I suffer from day after day is from my weight problem and not from an ailment or injury. It’s because I don’t eat right or excercise enough. Can you relate? Are you in pain after being on your feet for a period of time? Is your lower back killing you making even the smallest {Read More}

Setting Weight Loss Goals and Expectations in the Beginning

Have you ever just jumped right in? What goals and expectations do you have when you start a new weight loss program? Do you expect to lose all the weight quickly, finally fit into those jeans you wore in high school, or maybe just become a healthier you? No matter what your ideal weight loss goals and expectations are your mindset and game plan is very important to stay on track. I’ve tried all kinds of diets and succeeded. Seriously, {Read More}

10 Ways to be Accountable and It’s Importance to Diet

Accountability is very important to dieters.  Willpower isn’t enough to maintain the weight loss goal you worked so hard to reach.  Over time those pounds can creep back and in no time you’ll be back to where you started from.  You need to be accountable during and afterward.  Here are ten ways to stay accountable. Measuring tape Measure your bust, arms, hips, stomach, breast, and legs.  Keep a chart to watch the progress as you lose.  These NSV (non-scale victory) no matter {Read More}



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