All eyes will be on you on your wedding day. It takes a lot of planning and organization (flowers, venue, guest lists, you name it), and one of those plans may be to lose weight so you can confidently walk down the aisle while feeling—and looking—your best.
For all those grooms- and brides-to-be, Jenny Craig would like to offer a few tips on losing weight before your wedding.
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Are you a Uniformed Eater, an Emotional Eater, an Unconscious Eater, or a Social Eater? If you’re getting started on the program, find out what category you may fit in and how to handle it.
Uninformed Eater: Exploring More Nutritious Choices
With Jenny Craig, you are learning how to eat from expert nutrition recommendations. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines advise a dietary pattern that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein sources and heart healthy fats, while limiting
Because weight loss is a journey, there may be some bumps in the road. One of those bumps can come in the form of lapsing on your food plan—a glass of wine, a bag of chips with queso dip or a few slices of pizza. “The biggest challenge is that lapses turn into relapses. The sort of ‘oh, what the heck’ effect where someone has a slip and throws away the day or even the week,” said a weight loss consultant. “A lapse is just an event where you get out of touch with your goals and the why behind you
We all have our favorite foods. However, if you were a food what would you be and why? We asked a few Jenny Craig nutrition experts to share the one versatile and delicious food they would be and what they love about it.
“This gorgeous green leaf is nutritious, but also delicious. It is low in calories and high in nutrients. Spinach tastes great crunchy— think baked veggie chips, or soft such as a warm spinach and mushroom salad. Spinach works with any meal occasion; check ou
It’s that little voice inside of your head and it’s causing you to be a downer. Your inner negativity says you can’t, even though you know you can. It can get the best of you, weaken your resolve to eat right, and derail your weight loss journey. But rather than get discouraged, ignore it, or block it, you can easily change it. So what’s the one thing you can do to shut down your inner negativity? It’s simple–greet it and move on.
“Greet it, like an old friend,” says Lisa Talamini,