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What is the Macro diet and can it help with weight loss?

You might not have heard of counting macros, but a macro diet can be beneficial for anyone who’s looking to make smart food choices that fit their goals

Are we sitting too much? Does exercise cancel that out?

Americans continue to spend more and more time sitting down each day.

What are BCAAs and should you be taking them?

First let’s talk about amino acids. Those are the building blocks of protein that helps your body build muscle, repair muscle damage and regulate immune function.

WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOUR SKIP A MEAL?

You woke up late so you skipped breakfast, you had meetings during lunch so maybe you skipped lunch or you’re trying out intermittent fasting to help you lose weight.

How Yo-yo Dieting Can Wreck Your Body And Mess With Your Metabolism

Yo-yo dieting doesn’t just affect your ability to lose weight it can also have consequences for your health.

Staying Hydrated Means Staying Healthy

When the temperatures rise, it’s important to drink enough whether you are playing sports, traveling or just sitting in the sun.

How Can You Increase Your Metabolism And Burn Calories?

You probably don’t need a doctor to tell you that your metabolism slows down with age. The average woman gains 1 ½ pounds a year during her adult life amounting to almost 40 bounds by her 50s. But there are ways for anyone to build their metabolism back up.

What Causes a Weight Loss Plateau?

You’ve been working out and eating healthy to help improve your health and lose some weight. It’s been working and you have noticed the scale going down! But all of a sudden, the number on the scale won’t budge and you don’t know why. You have hit a weight-loss plateau.

Chocolate Can Boost Your Workout

Are you a chocolate lover? If so, you are in luck! Science has proven that chocolate can serve double duty. Not only will it satisfy your cravings but it can help you to fuel your workout.

How Alcohol Is Affecting Your Weight Loss Plan

There have been studies suggesting that some level of alcohol can have health benefits, but alcohol also plays a major role in weight management. If you are looking to find ways to help lose weight along with eating healthy and exercising you might want to consider cutting out alcohol.

Are Smoothies Really That Good For You?

Yes and no. Smoothies are a great way for you to get many nutrients in one drink such as, vitamin B, C and D, and they contain a good balance of carbohydrates, protein and beneficial fats as a nutritious meal substitute or snack.

Portion Control And Why Weighing Your Food Can Make a Difference in Your Health

You’ve probably heard that a palm’s worth of chicken, fish or meat is 3 ounces or the cream cheese you spread on your bagel is a teaspoon, but eyeballing your portions can sometimes make them off by more than 100 calories.

Legal For Trade Scales

There are multiple uses for a scale that is Legal for Trade.

Is Household Dust a Cause in Obesity?

Could dust be part of the cause of fat cells growing and contributing to obesity?

Think Before You Drink

You exercise and eat well so you just assume it is okay to have a sugary drink every once in a while, right? Wrong!

Exercise Attacks Visceral Fat

Research shows that exercise helps the body reduce dangerous fat around your internal organs as effectively as medication meant to do the same can, according to a recent study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Why is your BMR Important?

Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the minimum level of energy your body needs when at rest to function effectively including your respiratory and circulatory organs, neural system, liver, kidneys, and other organs (you even burn calories when sleeping).

Tanita Exhibits at A4M Exposition

Tanita Corporation of America recently exhibited our professional body composition analyzers at the 2018 Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) world conference in Las Vegas, NV.

Sarcopenic Obesity

What is Sarcopenic Obesity? Sarcopenia is the technical term for a low muscle mass (from the Greek for ‘poverty of flesh’) and usually refers to a loss of mass in the major skeletal muscles

Dual Frequency Consumer Scales

Dual Frequency Consumer Scales