These days, it's not uncommon for people to make decisions that affect their health based on information that they find on the Internet. But can you trust the weight loss advice you find on Internet message boards? When it comes to weight loss, a... Read more
To some, "blogging" may seem confusing or somewhat intimidating. Heck, even the word “blog” itself sounds a little sci-fi. But I’m here to tell you that blogging is actually quite easy, and it can be immensely helpful in s... Read more
The gallery of Success Stories, piles of media clips and endless stream of thank-you message from members who have reached their goals and changed their lives forever are all proof that SparkPeople's program works. But now, a second study led by... Read more
Do you often have trouble finding the motivation to stick to your exercise and nutrition goals? If so, then you might not be looking in the right place.
Experts who study motivation have long recognized two basic types of motivation:
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I remember the first time I heard the word blog. I had to ask for an explanation, and even then wasn't exactly sure why I should be interested in reading, much less writing, a blog myself. According to Merriam-Webster, a blog is "a Web site... Read more
Is there a way to block certain foods from coming up in the nutrition selections that come up? I know I can change them - but if I could edit the options it gives me in the first place maybe I can use them. For instance - I don't eat Tofu, cottage... Read more
question. I haves tracked food intake. Met 1200 cal. range. When I track exercise SPARKPEOPLE tells me I need to eat more calories. I have gained since doing this. So confused. Eating recommend calories. What is going on? HELP!!!!... Read more
Will be doing day hikes in the Smokie Mountains with my husband and two teenage sons. We will be staying in a cabin with a full kitchen. Would really like some healthy meal ideas that are quick after returning from a full day of hiking. This is ou... Read more
Didn't have a good food day and overate... but I tracked everything and I actually ate way less than I thought, and still in range! Tracking it kept me from eating more! Hopefully tomorrow will be better.... Read more
Whether your use an online journal or the old fashion pen and paper, it is the one thing I have done faithfully for the past two years. And with great success. Old fashion journal - has my work schedule, work notes, workout program for the day, foo... Read more
The presidential campaign is a hot topic of conversation these days. Everywhere you go, you’ll hear folks talking about the candidates- their stance on the issues, how they are handling the pressures of public scrutiny, or even what they had for din... Read more
In my experience with exercise and weight loss, you can't out-train a bad diet. If I wanted to lose weight, all of the exercise in the world didn't help if I wasn't paying attention to what I was eating. I know others who have chosen to lose weight... Read more
So, I thought that the Blackberry App for SparkPeople would help me stay on track with my food journal but it hasn't. I actually think that I would have done better had I just used the traditional journal. I think that this is what I will do as bei... Read more
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