Posted on 05/19/2016
Did you know that many people who go on a diet end up regaining the weight they lost? That may be shocking, but there are many reasons for this. Simply put, diets fail because not enough preparation is done beforehand and it’s thought to be a short-term fix rather than a lifestyle change for the long-term.
Posted on 05/17/2016
You can’t go wrong by eating a healthy, balanced diet. No research has ever said otherwise. In fact, eating healthy has many benefits for a lifetime of good health, and it also benefits the brain by keeping Alzheimer’s disease at bay.
Posted on 05/12/2016
Many Americans are eager to lose weight and in fact, many are distressed about their current situation. Unfortunately many turn to supplements for quick fixes in order to lose weight. However, weight loss supplements don’t work…period. Americans spend billions of dollars on products that don’t work, may be harmful and could have side effects. No one should expect a “magic pill” when it comes to weight loss. If you are looking for “non-traditional” ways to lose weight, then look no further. These tips are proven ways to shed pounds without cutting calories or going to the gym, plus they are not harmful like supplements can be.
Posted on 05/10/2016
Don’t forget to share your Seattle Sutton’s #SweetSuccesses with us today! We want to hear about your weight loss successes, any size – big or small. Share them with us during our month-long challenge called #SweetSuccesses on our Facebook and Twitter.
Posted on 05/3/2016
Contrary to popular belief, nutrition labels aren’t as easy to de-code as many may think. Reading and understanding nutrition claims, doesn’t require a degree in nutrition, but it does require you to look beyond those fancy claims on the front of food packaging.
Posted on 04/26/2016
We want to hear about your weight loss successes, any size – big or small. Share them with us during our 30-day challenge called #SweetSuccesses. Your challenge is to pledge to live a healthier life while using Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating meals.
Posted on 04/21/2016
There are two types of sugar - added sugar, which includes the familiar white granulated “table sugar” (sucrose), as well as concentrated sources like fruit juice, and then there are naturally occurring sugars found in fruit, vegetables, full fat dairy, honey and unrefined carbohydrates.
Posted on 04/19/2016
A new study suggests older women who had breast cancer have less chance of death compared to their diet counterparts when they follow a low-fat diet. The comparison looked at a low-fat diet limited to fat intake no more than 20 percent of calories compared to a more typical so-called Western diet with fat intake of more than 32 percent of calories.
Posted on 04/13/2016
Last week on World Health Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a call to action on diabetes, asserting a need to step up prevention and treatment of the disease.
Posted on 04/7/2016
Healthy eating and maintaining a healthy weight is important, but even more important as women enter menopause. Many aging women will tell you it becomes more difficult to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight after the age of 50. However, this doesn’t mean it’s impossible; it just takes a little more effort. Below are several considerations for women going through menopause. Eating healthy for a healthy weight CAN be achieved as we age and go through the "change."