With so many activity trackers (a.k.a. fitness tracker, wearables) on the market it’s easy to measure health related behaviors. It doesn’t matter which tracker you use, it’s how you use the information that you are receiving to create change or progress. Below are 5 tips to get your activity tracker up to date for theContinue reading “5 tips to ensure your activity tracker is working for you and your goals!”
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If so, you might want to read this blog post that discusses our obsession with numbers on the scale. The author does an excellent job of explaining different factors involved in our body‘s weight and how we can re-frame our thinking when it comes to the dreaded scale. It’s an educational read that you mightContinue reading “Do you obsess with numbers on the scale?”
Evidence that eating whole grains, fiber, vegetables and fruit can help protect against certain cancers, as well as against weight gain, overweight and obesity! Get the recommendations here.
This article (from Advisory.com—geared towards Healthcare professionals) summarizes the findings of new study from the Cleveland Clinic published in JAMA. What we learn from the study is that a lack of cardio respiratory fitness (aka—not exercising) is worse for your health than smoking, diabetes, and heart disease! But you knew that already, right? Just. Keep. Moving.