Have you been eating well and exercising yet still feel like that belly fat won't budge? It could be stress belly.
Which is more important for weight loss, diet or exercise? The Yes Health coaches get this question a lot.
Changing our behavior is hard work. And sometimes, despite our best efforts and intentions, it doesn’t lead to the results we want. Practicing self-compassion–accepting yourself “just as you are”–is an important addition to your weight-loss tool kit. Research even shows its[...]
Some people need to eat first thing to be able to start their day. While to others, the idea of having a meal when they’re still half asleep is a total non-starter. Whether you’re a breakfast lover or lean more towards brunch, the benefits of making your first meal a balanced[...]
Did you know that when it comes to eating, how is nearly as important as what? Mindful eating means paying attention to the way food affects your senses (sight, taste, smell, texture), how it makes you feel physically and emotionally and any thoughts that arise. It’s all about[...]
At Yes Health, we believe that the way you go about making new health goals (New Year’s intentions, anyone?) greatly impacts your success of keeping, and ultimately, meeting them.
Strength training is a key piece of everyone’s weight-loss puzzle. It raises your resting metabolic rate (RMR) to help you burn more calories throughout the day, and it decreases your chance of injuries, allowing you to age with grace. But if you’ve never done strength training,[...]
Well hello, 2018. A lot of us have been waiting for you to come round. A brand new year is the perfect excuse for a healthy reset and to try different ways of doing everyday things. Maybe you’ve even picked a theme for this year or set a few specific goals, like learning more[...]