Weight Loss Workout

Getty Images Expert advice from our partner ChickRx. Q: Whenever I start a new diet, I’m motivated for a week and then lose inspiration. Do you have any advice for staying motivated to continue a new diet or exercise routine? Losing motivation is completely normal whenever you start a new diet and exercise routine. So
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Getty Images If you exercise on an empty stomach, the body won’t have enough energy to perform at its best. But it’s equally bad to eat too much—or the wrong kinds of food—before a workout because all of your energy will go toward digesting the meal. Here are some foods to avoid before a workout.
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Getty Images Decadent hot-fudge brownie sundaes, greasy chili cheese fries, and ooey-gooey pizza—sometimes it’s hard to resist the temptation of these delicious, high-calorie, sodium- and sugar-laden foods. If your junk-food cravings are taking over and it’s affecting your mood or your weight-loss goals, here are some ways to control your desire for not-so-healthy foods. Set
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Driving can definitely cause weight gain. If you’re bored on long work commutes or road trips, snacking or hitting the drive-through can make the time pass. And sitting in traffic all the time doesn’t quite burn calories the way running does. It doesn’t have to be this way! Here’s how your car can actually help
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Elena Juarez punched and food-prepped her way to losing 100 pounds. But her weight-loss journey kicked off with a serious health scare. About a year ago, her 10-year-old daughter, Biani, arrived home with a school nurse’s recommendation for a diabetes test. “She came home crying, asking if she was going to die,” the 34-year-old businesswoman and mother
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