Posts Tagged ‘Results’

Sarah’s Success Story

If you had told me a year ago that I would be writing a success story for a diet website, I would have laughed in disbelief. For one thing, I don’t do diets. Too many people seem to fail, and I wasn’t interested in failure. Besides–diets are restrictive, and a lot of times, anti-relationship.  To… Read the Full Article

Set Yourself Up for Success ~ Set SMART Goals

To be successful in anything you do you should set goals. It is important that your goals are realistic. If you are following 40-30-30 for the purpose of losing weight, remember, most likely you didn’t go to bed your ideal weight and wake up the next morning overweight. If you are following 40-30-30 to stay… Read the Full Article

Keeping Your 2010 Resolutions

Back in 2004 we wrote an article on keeping your New Years Resolutions, and you know what? The same things are relevant today. So check it out: Keeping New Year Resolutions. You’ll be glad you did!

Weight Loss Factors of Success

The average person on the national weight loss registry has lost about 36 pounds, and kept it off. How do they accomplish this? Research has been done, and what they have found is very interesting. There are six common habits of those people who have lost the weight and kept it off. They are: They… Read the Full Article

How Omega-6 Fats Fit in The Zone

Fats are an important part of the Zone diet. The question is, which fats are preferred and how much of each is recommended? This article will help dispel some of these concerns. The typical Western diet contains a ratio of 20:1 Omega-6 oils to Omega-3 oils. The ideal diet should consist of a ratio of… Read the Full Article

Keeping New Years Resolutions

Happy New Year! Hooray for the new year, and all of the hope and happiness that it promises to bring. We hope that last year was wonderful for you, and the new year is even better. Resolutions, anyone? Many of us make promises to ourselves at the beginning of each year. The typical New Year… Read the Full Article

Sleep and The Zone Connection

Scientists still are not exactly sure what goes on during sleep, however, research is revealing that what we assume is a time of tranquil and blissful rest is anything but for the brain. Sleep is now considered a critical factor in wellness, and even survival. The body takes this time to repair and rebuild itself,… Read the Full Article

Denial

Facing our shortcomings is often a hard thing to do. Many of us make excuses for the prediciments we create. In the case of obesity there are many responses to the often cruel and hurtful comments that others make. It’s a glandular problem. It’s hereditary. It runs in the family. I am a stress eater…. Read the Full Article

The Good, The Bad, and The Results (part 2)

Following a Diet can be hard. In this three part article, we will discuss the Good, the Bad, and the Results of following a Zone diet. The first installment covered The Good parts of eating in the Zone – what makes The Zone Diet a good diet to follow compared to other programs out there…. Read the Full Article

The Good, The Bad, and The Results

Following a Diet can be hard. In this three part article, we will discuss the Good, the Bad, and the Results of following a Zone diet. This first installment will cover The Good: what makes The Zone Diet a good diet to follow compared to other programs out there. In the next installment, we take an honest, hard look at… Read the Full Article