Recently, I came across this statistic: More than 60 percent of people in the United States (or, two out of three people) make New Year’s resolutions, mostly to get healthier (>85 percent), but only 8 percent are successful in achieving their resolutions!
At the beginning of every New Year, thousands vow to make the necessary changes in their diets and lifestyles to lose weight. The majority of people neglect the role of regular exercise to help shed the pounds in pursuit of their ideal body weight. Exercise can seem daunting and the sheer amount of time and effort turns many off.
A new year gives you a fresh start to make your health a priority. Instead of making a New Year’s resolution involving unrealistic weight loss goals or exaggerated exercise promises, we would like [...]
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Arm yourself with the support you need to find a solution to your health challenges. With the holiday season in full swing, it’s almost impossible to avoid the tempting treats, festive cocktails, and [...]