With any diet, changes to your schedule can ultimately be responsible for sabotaging your success. I celebrated my birthday this week on Jenny, and my food weaknesses definitely emerged.
I'm the kind of mom that enjoys a good time. No matter what we're doing, I turn it into a game. The trick to teaching kids how to make healthy choices is to "speak their language."
Most of us are familiar with the term "eating disorder." We are exposed to eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia, every day in the magazines we read, TV shows we watch, and sometimes from personal relationships we experience.
While it is customary to think that only girls and women suffer from eating disorders, men and boys are not immune.
Starting any new weight loss program is nerve-wracking, and beginning my four-week journey on Jenny Craig is no exception. Today I must visit my local Jenny Craig center to get weighed in, measured, order my meals, and learn about the fundamentals of the program.
Why is it that Jenny Craig has been around for 25 years and I don't know a soul who has ever done the program except Kirstie Alley and Valerie Bertinelli?
BEWARE! The average person attending a Memorial Day BBQ will consume at least one beer, a hot dog, a burger, chips, slaw, potato salad, and dessert. Whoa! That adds up to more than 1,200 calories!