Keep it up. Your healthy habits, that is.
We all tend to relax – or be lax – on weekends; that’s what they’re for, right? But loosening our grips on a healthy lifestyle, even just for the weekend, can sabotage our efforts... Read more
Welcome to SparkPeople! Hopefully your program is off to a smooth start, and you’re happy with your progress so far. But for others who aren’t seeing results yet, it’s been a little more frustrating. Many dieters tend to make simila... Read more
Take a trip with me to your post-wedding future, would you?
You found the perfect dress or the just-right tux. You had the big wedding and the fun reception. You spent time together on your honeymoon in total wedded bliss. And now you’re b... Read more
Many people claim that they don't have time to work out or cook healthy meals, yet they do find the time to park themselves in front of the TV. In fact, the average American watches 31.5 hours of TV per week, according to a 2010 Nielsen report. T... Read more
It's easy to say that you want to lose weight. It's also easy to find the motivation to hit the gym regularly and choose the right foods in the beginning. After a few weeks, our motivation seems to wane and those old, unhealthy habits of your... Read more
Help! I always think I've eaten enough but whenever I track my calories I end up short by about 500- 1000...I feel like I eat plenty though.. what do I do? What should I add to my diet and when? I suck at eating right.... Read more
Ok so here is my dilemma...I work 12 hour shifts 2-3 days a week....on my days off its usually not a problem for me to do my workouts and walk....however...on the days i work its another story. I work in a hospital and I work 12 hour shifts. I walk... Read more
If you eat mindlessly while watching TV at night (which I've done), try doing a little mini-workout during commercials. You can do squats for one, pushups, march/jog in place, etc. It gets you active and might distract you from food.... Read more
Eat as fresh as you can: protein, fruits, and veggies. Whole grains (be careful to read ingredients!), limit or omit sugar and processed foods. Low-fat dairy if you're not allergic. Portion control & moderation in all things. Be honest with yourself... Read more
It's truly a world wide web, but it can feel mighty small and cozy some days. Like today, when we at the dailySpark are thanking all of those bloggers and websites who have taken the time to review and feature The Spark.
We're excited to read the r... Read more
We've gathered links to this month's latest and healthiest articles from SparkPeople!60-Second Cardio Moves Short bouts of exercise can be just as effective as one long workout but easier to fit into a busy day. Try these heart-pumping ideas... Read more
Well, I'm feeling pretty pleased with myself right now. I'm finding it easier to eat more healthfully since the weather has changed. I just seem to prefer nice fresh foods like salads and veggies. It's making it a lot simpler to stay within my cal... Read more
I remember the time when I would hear my Mom talk about friends passing away from this or that. Now I am at that age and I am loosing my friends to cancer or heart disease. I look at how my husband and I where eating before Christmas and the lack of... Read more
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