According to the American Dietetic Association, the difference between weight loss and weight gain can be as little as 100 calories a day. A lot of people suffer from 'weight creep' - those nagging pounds that creep on over the years - at an average of about 2 pounds per year. That's 20 pounds in ten… Continue reading What’s 100 Calories A Day?
Here's a question you've heard many times before: How many glasses of water do you drink each day? Two, three, four... more? You've heard it so often because it's a very important question, prompting you to think about the amount of water you consume, urging you to drink more... Get the basics right, like eating… Continue reading Water and Your Health – Did You Know…
For some, exercise is a passion. For others, it seems to be a four-lettered word, or in this case an eight-letter word. But, it doesn’t have to be a dreaded event. Exercise can be fun. It can mean more than running for hours on the treadmill or climbing the stair master until your legs feel…… Continue reading Why Should I Exercise?
Make the Choice to Start Exercising and Eating Right Write Down What You Do Research and Get Information Create a Simple Plan and Set Realistic Goals Execute Your Plan The most common challenge that people will encounter is how to incorporate fitness into their lives. They know they have to do something to get in… Continue reading 5 Helpful Things to Do to Start Your Personal Fitness Program
Make your new fitness habits much more productive with the best 3 motivational tips that will keep you going to the gym and dieting with a smile on your face every time. FitFlick is here to help 🙂
•Eat your larger meals early and smaller meals later
•Consider eating salmon or mackerel for breakfast
•Use lettuce leaves instead of bread
•Eat a fruit dessert
•Get your fruit fresh not squeezed
•Go easy on the meal replacements
•If it sounds too good to be true it probably is
•At the grocery store – shop the outer aisles
•Invest in good cookbooks
•Take a good multivitamin
Dieting is not easy. If it were, we would probably all be thin. Since we are not, here are some tips that successful people use to lose weight so that others can benefit, too.