How Coconut Oil Is Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Goals

Coconut Oil

If you have ever been told that coconut oil is a healthy alternative to butter or other cooking oils, you have apparently been lied to.

The Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease advisory of the American Heart Association recently found that coconut oil not only increases LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol), but … Read More

How to Make Losing Weight Feel Easy

Make Losing Weight

Whether you have five or 50 pounds to lose doesn’t matter — losing weight is hard! But it doesn’t have to be. Make your weight-loss journey easier and more enjoyable by following these four tips. Heck, you might even lose weight faster!

Drink Up

Keeping a water bottle nearby at … Read More

Yes, You Really Can Lose Weight Without Going On A Diet

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Let’s face it, dieting can be exhausting, overwhelming, and frustrating. There are tons of different diet plans to choose from, many of which involve calorie counting, food restrictions, and prepackaged foods that are filled with artificial ingredients. But you don’t have to diet to lose weight. In fact, by following … Read More

Are You Doing Too Much Cardio?

Too Much Cardio

You may think that doing cardio for a longer duration may boost overall strength but long bouts of cardio may do more harm than good. Pushing your heart too hard can make it stiff. This can cause trouble in maintaining a regular heart rate as excess cardio can stress the … Read More

How to Keep Losing Weight Long-Term on Your Bike

Losing Weight Long-Term

BikeOkay, you’ve hit your initial weight-loss goals; here’s how to keep going the distance

Losing weight with your bike can get tricky after awhile.

When you first start riding a lot and watching the pounds come off, you’re bound to be brimming with enthusiasm and willing to make all sorts … Read More

Running Miles To Lose Weight? You’re Wasting Your Time

Running Miles

In the United States, a nation fatter than any other, running remains the most popular workout activity. That’s according to a Fitbit analysis of fitness tracker user data.

And if tied-up treadmills across the country are any indication, much of that running is long distance.

Here’s the cruel catch, though: … Read More