Diets are often described as either high or low glycemic programs. What does that mean and which is more effective when it comes to weight loss?
A new study, published in the journal Obesity, found that drinking 16 ounces of water a half an hour before eating meals assists in weight loss.
Thirty-eight percent of all New Year resolutions center on weight loss, making it the number one goal again for 2015! It's no wonder, between 1980 and 2000, obesity rates doubled. By 2006, every state reported an obesity rate of at least 10 percent with 23 states reporting an obesity rate of over 25 percent! Currently, approximately sixty million adults in the U.S -- thirty percent of the adult population -- are obese. Whether you want to lose 5 pounds or 50, losing weight is a difficult challenge, but it can be done.