7 Facts You Need to Know About Hydration

Hydration is an important topic in fitness because it affects pretty much every aspect of your workout. Your performance, recovery, mental focus, body composition, and even joint health are all affected by your state of hydration.
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Eating Healthy: A Family Thing

They say all good habits start at home. When it comes to healthy habits, this is certainly true. Living healthily at home can make a huge difference in not only your ability to lose weight, but the ability of your entire family to stay on track with their personal weight management goals.
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After weight loss surgery manage stress

Stress does strange things to the body. Whether it is work related, from family or friends, or chronic stress that just doesn’t seem to go away, it can cause a series of complex and even serious health concerns. One of the most common consequences of stress is weight gain. Even after weight loss surgery, you have to learn how to manage your stress, or you could find yourself having difficulty reaching your weight loss milestone goals.
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What you Need to Know about Weight Loss Surgery

Beautiful overweight woman shopping in boutique. Weight loss surgery is a life-changing experience. Obesity is a chronic disease that affects absolutely every part of your day to day life. It influences your ability to sleep, move and even think clearly. When you lose weight, you will experience improved physical health, enhanced mobility and improvements to your mental health, as well. However, these changes don’t happen on their own. Getting weight loss surgery is a huge step to take, but in getting your operation it is important that you keep in line with the directions of your bariatric surgeon.
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Joint Ventures

Beautiful plus size young woman wearing winter coat over isolated background Suffering pain on hands and fingers, arthritis inflammation. Injury notwithstanding, most of us have enjoyed the smooth operation of the joints that connect bones in our body and allow us to walk, run, bend, and contort in the enormous range of motion that our bodies are capable of. Of course, that was then, and this is now. If you’re a baby boomer, not every movement is as smooth and comfortable as it once was.
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How to Eat Mindfully

Eating mindfully means being aware and thoughtful about every bite that you put in your mouth. When you don’t pay attention to what you are eating it is really easy to overeat. This is exactly what happens when you start eating a bag of chips in front of the TV, or go for that ice cream straight out of the pint. Without making conscious choices about what you are eating, and how much you plan to eat, you could take in hundreds more calories a day than you mean to—all without actually being hungry.
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Healthy Eating starts with Healthy Shopping

Undergoing is a life changing opportunity. It is an opportunity to press reset, to get a fresh start with your diet and exercise efforts and to make the type of changes in your lifestyle that evoke true change in your life.

There are several reasons why so many people are successful at overcoming obesity after weight loss surgery. Reduced hunger and a highly restricted diet are a crucial aspect of the success, as is the ongoing support and guidance from your weight loss surgeon.

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After Weight Loss Surgery, Take a Walk

You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it again: exercise is an essential element of weight loss. Before weight loss surgery, you may not have made exercise a significant part of your life, but it will become indispensable now that you’re focused on improving your health.
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Lose Weight and Give Back after Weight Loss Surgery

If you’ve ever donated your time to a charitable organization, then you probably don’t need to be convinced of the benefits. For many people who volunteer, the warm and fuzzy feeling that comes from helping others is reward enough. However, volunteering does have a very real impact on your mental and physical health.
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