Learn valuable communication tips from a licensed counselor to help you when you need to communicate something important.
The ever-growing health industry has an abundance of information that can be both misconceiving and overwhelming. We asked our PRO dietitians for expert advice on weight-loss and nutrition related questions members have.
Self-care can look different for everyone. Ultimately, self-care can be anything that you do for yourself that feels nourishing and helps you to reset.
Relationship conflict can sometimes bring out the worst sides of ourselves. Often, we react quickly and make statements that are harsh or cutting. But what is underneath the anger or behind the defensiveness?
There’s no doubting the value of weight management. Rather than being just a few extra uncomfortable pounds, excess weight carries legitimate risks. In fact, dropping between 5% and 10% of your weight has been proven to lower your chance of developing heart disease. This is just one of the many benefits of choosing a weight loss program. However, what should you look for in order to figure out which one best fits your needs? Are all weight loss programs essentially the same? No.
It’s no secret that the risk of losing lean mass increases while in a calorie deficit. Here are tips on how to maximize your fat loss while mitigating the loss of lean body mass.
Many of us have experienced changes in our mental health over the past few years, but do we know how to treat it?
What can we do when we realize that stress beyond our control is taking over our day and consuming our thoughts? Learn some tips for managing uncontrollable stress.
Spring clean your nutrition with two to three SMART goals rather than one huge diet overhaul. SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time Bound.
Measuring your progress solely by the number on the scale will set you up for an emotional ride that doesn’t always capture the full picture.