April 8th 2017 | Issue #161

Are "Cheat" Days Healthy?

For many people following a strict diet, "cheat days" are practically a weekly ritual. However, are the merits of these food frenzies worth the potential consequences? Check out this week's article that examines the habit of cheat days and if they are really healthy for you.

Losing Weight with Tracking Calories

5 Ways To Move More When You Skip The Gym

With obesity more prevalent now than ever in today's food-obsessed society, it goes without saying that you're not alone of if you're looking to lose that spare tire around your hips. The problem is most people don't want to track their food intake in order to lose weight... but don't worry, you don't need to.
Missing your session doesn't mean you have to miss out on all activity for the day, though. There are plenty of ways to get your blood flowing without doing bicep curls or running on the treadmill. Next time you skip the gym; use these tips to make your day more active.

The Lean Body Transformation Of The Week! 

"I feel great! I'm wearing clothes I haven't in years- I'm addicted to working out and am feeling better than I have in years! I feel like I can accomplish anything and am determined to stay on this path to health and wellness."JDJ Eulette

Easy Slow-Cooker Chicken Parmesan

The slow-cooker is such a time-saving device. Simply prep the dish, and walk away to run errands. Here is one of my most favorite slow-cooker meal prep recipes: Slow-Cooker Chicken Parmesan. It's super easy to make and packs a whopping 528 grams of protein.

Work Those Legs Ladies!