Commentary on the viral Huffington Post article about obesity and fat shaming in health care, and why fat-shaming doesn’t work.
Y’know, I wrote about KFC’s Double Down monstrosity almost 10 months ago, when it was being tested somewhere out in the northwest. I was outraged then, but I figured it
I’ve been saying “A calorie is not a calorie!” forever… someone else finally agrees.
Three scenarios that explain how exercise can result in weight gain, and how you can prevent that.
See, you might see the title of this blog post and think I’ve gone off the deep end…
Find out where our calories come from, and what counts for the largest chunk of our calorie consumption.
It’s very rare that we get to see, in all its glory, a real comparison of vegetables stacked up against our – ahem – normal fare.
Inside, I dress like Missy Elliott and answer a reader question on YouTube. Swag.
“I found out I ate about 548 calories than I would’ve thought, because of inaccurate calorie counts…”
Yes… chances are, when it comes to your individual caloric needs, 2,000 calories is a joke.
I feel like it’s hard to start in one particular place with this, because it’s foolish from all sides. Looking at my post about the belief that all calories are