Why Waist to Hip Ratio Really Matters
You've heard about apple shapes and pear shapes as examples of fat distribution but do you know the importance of a simple measurement and how it relates to your brain as well as your your overall disease risk? The waist to hip ratio can help track your weight loss progress, while also serving as a warning about your estimated health risk for problems related to being overweight, such as diabetes and heart disease. In fact, a study reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported …
4 Reasons not to Weigh Yourself Everyday
When people go on a diet they typically want to see results right away. Seeing results helps you feel empowered and motivated to continue on your diet plan. But, seeing results every time you jump on the scale isn't always the case. You may notice after you weigh yourself, your weight doesn't change or you may gain a couple pounds. This could hinder or prevent you from continuing your diet. This is one of the reasons why weighing yourself everyday is not recommended.