Focus28 Diet Blog
Memorial Day weekend 2011 is just a memory, and summer has unofficially begun. And while most people look forward to the summer months, some dread the more revealing clothes that accompany the warmer weather.
Sometimes, people see healthy eating and weight loss as all or nothing propositions. In other words, they feel that in order to lose weight, they need to eat the perfect foods, in the perfect portions, all the time.
When people talk about their difficulties losing weight, there are a few common culprits. Some people lack willpower. Some people lack motivation. And a lot of people fail simply because they fail to plan.
We can't shout it loud enough. It seems that the importance of protein for successful weight loss waxes and wanes in popularity. But it's really basic chemistry and biology, and protein is fundamental, make that essential, when it comes to dieting.
We all lead busy lives. If you're from the Northeast like us here at Focus28, then fall, winter, and early spring can keep you cooped up. But everyone knows…once it's Memorial Day, summer has started (even if not officially).
Hi, my name is Betty*...and I like the results I'm getting with Focus so much, and kept bending the ear of Peggy, my Focus28 weight loss consultant, she asked me to write a letter that she'd turn into a blog post. So I did.
ABC's Good Morning America (GMA) recently conducted an informal Diet Food Challenge: Tasting The Top Brands. After reporting on a recent review by Consumer Reports on GMA decided to put frozen and shelf stable diet system brands to an informal taste te
The video is intended to promote a more active lifestyle in conjunction with Michelle Obama's push for healthier fare in school cafeterias. Beyonce has even made surprise appearances at schools in support of her video and Let's Move.
Are you getting married soon? Every bride wants to look her best for one of the biggest days of her life. And grooms want to looks good as well - after all, this is a day the bride and groom (and all their families and friends) will remember...
The social aspect is a big part of holidays such as Cinco de Mayo - we look forward to meeting our friends for food and drinks after work. But maybe just meeting friends and hanging out is enough of a celebration. Do we really need the food?