I was at the gym today running on the treadmill when a news story came on the overhead television. The story stated that certain plate colors were linked to the amount of food people put on them and therefore had a profound effect on weight loss.
That’s a new one…
Now, I’m very interested in the psychology behind weight loss and eating habits and decided to do a little research on the subject.
As it turns out (not surprisingly), there are numerous different opinions and so-called studies that indicate which plate color is associated with allotting different portion sizes and the amount of food we eat because of it.
Continue reading Is Your Plate Color Making You Fat?
If you go to any gym these days (perish the thought), chances are you will see that the vast majority of people are wearing headphones. And while most people may think that listening to music while exercising is great for passing time and breaking up the boredom, it actually has a much stronger effect that few are aware of.
Listening to music during exercise can have multiple performance benefits and can give you that extra boost you sometimes need.
In fact, music can be so powerful that wearing headphones and using mobile music devices was banned by the national governing body for running, USA Track & Field, because of the competitive advantage it gives runners.
Continue reading How Your iPod Can Make You Stronger
One of the basic premises of Healthy Enough is to simplify the highly complex world of nutrition and exercise in order to help you understand that becoming healthier doesn’t have to be so darn complicated.
There are literally thousands of different diets, programs, and products that are specifically designed to help you lose weight, which can be extremely confusing to navigate through to determine what works and what doesn’t.
There are so many different ways to lose weight that it can be overwhelming. But fortunately there is one variable that does not change and is the easiest for you to control. Your sleep.
Continue reading Having Trouble Losing Weight? Sleep More!