We all have work to do, deadlines to meet, errands to run, and a gazillion obligations to family and friends. 

And now you want to add “how to lose weight” on your to-do list of goals you’re going to research? 

It’s not as daunting as it sounds. 

Maybe you want to downsize your tummy flab, but that takes in-depth tactical planning and radical willpower, right?

Actually, no. It doesn’t have to. A radical mindset is not a must for weight loss success.

In fact, according to Registered Dietitian Jamie Luu, small lifestyle changes, over time, can reap substantial health rewards – including weight loss and improved body composition. 

Read on.  

Highlights:

  • Reduce holiday stress – learn how to enjoy a party without diet worries by establishing these 6 effective holiday habits.
  • Apply the principles of low glycemic, high protein (LGHP) eating to maximize appetite satisfaction and improve your metabolic health.
  • Before, during, and after the holidays, LGHP Almased smoothies are a fun way to navigate through both weight loss and weight management.

We’ve all known that “special” person who can eat second helpings of just about anything and not gain weight. Many of us want to be that person, yet it doesn’t seem possible when we’re still searching for ways to boost fat burn.

Weight loss trends will vary throughout the years, but some things don’t change. The human body remains pretty much the same according to nutritional needs and what helps it function at peak performance.

Are you interested in some of the newest weight loss trends and perhaps hoping for a newfound alternative?

This year, the trendy side of science continues to influence the diet industry to focus more on health knowledge and lifestyle skills rather than just willpower. The movement is about more than just losing weight; it centers on making life healthier and keeping the weight off when the diet is over.