As the weather begins to get warmer, you can set goals to get back into a regular fitness routine! Take a look at the latest post on the OAC Blog for tips – and feel free to leave any of your own suggestions or ask questions in the comments section of the post! http://www.obesityaction.org/getting-back-on-track
It’s important to modify exercise to suit your needs and be able to understand when to do so! Read more about CrossFit and knowing when you might need to adapt it for you in the latest post on the OAC Blog. #CrossFit #weight #health #exercise #fitness
Hosted by Merrill Littleberry, LCSW, LCDC, CCM, CI-CPT, better known as "Vitamin M," "Who's Staring back at You in the Mirror? Improving Self-Perception," will look into the barriers and bridges that propel us to or prevent us from establishing a positive self-image. This webinar will take a therapeutic approach and convey it into a functional understanding that can be applied into daily life. #selfimage #selfesteem #psychology #selfperception
Salad dressing plays an important role in the overall nutrition of your salad.
Zucchini Enchiladas - These have shredded chicken, but you could use beef or pork instead, if you prefer. These can be very low carb depending on the carb count of your enchilada sauce. Homemade is best.
Learn more about sugar in foods and it's role in addiction in this article from the OAC's official magazine, Your Weight Matters Magazine: http://www.obesityaction.org/wp-content/uploads/Common_Foods_online.pdf #sugar #nutrition #health
If you go down the beverage aisle in any grocery store today, you’re bound to find a wide variety of sports drinks, all promising things like “power,” “hydration,” “energy bursts” and much more. Quite often, this is crafty marketing on the part of the sports drink manufacturers; however, the main question on your mind in the sea of “promises” should be, “Are these sports drinks healthy?” Well, let’s find out. #sports #drinks