Eat in moderation. Be active every day.
Stop smoking. It saves lives and limbs.
Get seven to eight hours of sleep a night, minimum.
Data from National Health and Examination Survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tell us that obesity has reached staggering proportions in the United States, affecting one in three adults and 17 percent of children and adolescents.
A study shows that merely planning a diet can trigger overeating.
For five years running, Mississippi has had the heaviest people in the nation, with 34 percent of adults obese.
Lose weight – if you are overweight.
Think "caloric density" as an alternative to thinking in terms of portion size. We’re told to imagine an ideal “portion” as being about the size of a pack of cards. But most of us snarf that much during tasting – before we even get to the actual meal!
Enter and exit the hot tub or sauna slowly to give your body time to adjust to the temperature change.
Set realistic weight-loss goals.