Is your sleep schedule having an impact on your weight?
Struggling to lose weight? Dr. Geri Williams from Ideal You Health Center talked with “Live in the D” host Tati Amare about the ways the center has found sleep and weight loss are linked. With support from coaches and some lessons on how to eat healthier, the center says it can help you not only lose weight, but keep it off. After sunset, your body releases hormones for sleep, along with hormones for repair and fat loss. Williams said delaying sleep past midnight or sleeping during the day often results in higher instances of obesity and cardiovascular problems.
This family weight loss story will get you motivated
For some, losing weight can be more than just a New Year’s resolution, it can be a matter of life and death. Brother and sister Liz and Patrick McCarthy said that WW, formerly Weight Watchers, helped give them a new lease on life with a combined weight loss of more than 250 pounds. Liz said that she made the switch to WW after trying out several other weight loss programs. But most of the programs she tried didn’t help her, and even the ones that did couldn’t keep the weight off for long. She said that WW let her keep habits like going out to eat and eating with family, which has allowed her to lose around 100 pounds.
Live In The D’s New Year New You Contest
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This app will help to keep your mind and body on a healthy track
WW (Weight Watchers Reimagined) is taking a new holistic approach to help people with their health goals, and the four pillars are mindset, food, sleep and movement. The app tracks your sleep and movement, and there’s a space to journal so that you are more aware of your mindset. The pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, including how we celebrate the holidays, but WW encourages everyone to approach it with intention. Know that you are going to want to indulge and plan accordingly to help yourself stay on a healthy track. If you do not feel safe attending in-person meetings, virtual meetings are still available.
Want to freshen up your traditional Thanksgiving meal? We’ll tell you how
Thanksgiving is less than a month away, and a lot of people are already making plans because most celebrations will look a lot different this year. WW Groups Corporate Chef Isabella wrote an E-cookbook to help guide you through these holiday meals. If you’re looking to freshen up your traditional meal, try something different with your turkey. Chef Isabella suggested instead of baking the bird the traditional way, you could make turkey rolls or turkey lasagna instead. To receive Chef Isabella’s E-cookbook and more holiday recipes, click or tap here, or call 88-3FLORINE.
Here’s how to shed those extra pounds and become your “Ideal You”
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. This article is sponsored by Ideal You. Many people have put on some extra weight during the quarantine and shedding those pounds right now can be challenging, especially on your own. Dr. Geri Williams from Ideal You Health Center wants to help you look and feel your best. The Ideal You program is not a diet but it is a coach assisted system to help you shed unwanted stored fat as well as help you set goals for your health.
WW can help you transform your life
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. This article is sponsored by WWA few years ago Kelli Gracey weighed over 300 pounds but she changed her life by joining WW. Since working with WW she is not diabetic anymore, and is able to play and keep up with her 13-year-old child. She says that WW keeps her accountable by doing the virtual meetings.
Virtual workshops can keep you on track toward your health goals
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. WW is currently offering virtual workshops to help participants stay motivated and committed to their health goals. Joining this program and attending virtual meetings is also another way to interact with others that care about you and your health. For more information call 888-3-florine or visit 888-3-florine.comWatch the video to see how WW can help you meet your health goals during quarantine.