Low glycemic snacks are a steady source of energy, minimize stress on your system and are less likely to be stored as fat. Learn what quick and easy snacks make better choices. Continue reading →
This week’s challenge is to use your brain’s subconscious tendencies to eat less. By eating off a smaller plate or drinking beverages out of a smaller glass you consume less without even knowing it. Continue reading →
Odds are, you may have made a commitment this week to change some of your current habits and routines. Habits are hard to break because by their very nature they are non-conscious, and we don’t think much about them. In order to add some consciousness, set up a trigger to remind you to practice your new behaviors. Continue reading →
As someone who’s goal oriented, I have a tendency to put blinders on and fixate on what’s next…on what’s not working yet and where I’m trying to go. I celebrate success for a few seconds, put it behind me, look forward again, and refocus on the next “thing”. Continue reading →
Your assignment this week is to take the stairs whenever possible – it’s a great way to manage your energy and burn extra calories. You’ll also find out which is faster: the stairs or the elevator? Continue reading →
This week’s challenge is to only eat to about 80% full at meals – what the Japanese call Hara Hachi Bu. Continue reading →
Have you started thinking about your goals for 2012 yet? Here are a few tips for success from my latest NBC KARE 11 Health & Fitness segment. One of my goals should be to stop making insane facial gestures… Continue reading →
This week’s challenge is an easy one: any time you’re on the phone, you’re standing or walking. You’ll have better energy levels than sitting all day and standing burns 33% more calories. Continue reading →
I’m very excited to be launching a series of Weekly Challenges around resiliency, nutrition and exercise. My hope is that you may be able to make some tweaks to your current habits and routines that will leave you feeling energized, focused and healthy. Continue reading →
Tips for moving more throughout the day to stay productive, healthy and resilient! Here’s the link to the video on how to make your own walking workstation. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet
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