Category: Burn More Than You Take In

  • Calories in Drinks

    Calories in Drinks

    Calories from drinks easily add up. True False The World Health Organization recommends no more than how many teaspoons of sugar per day for adults? 6 to 9 teaspoons 9 to 12 teaspoons 12 to 15 teaspoons Alcohol should be consumed in moderation, which means… up to 2 drinks per day for women and up […]

  • Substitute My Drink

    Substitute My Drink

    Today I will make at least one healthy drink substitution and log it in the app.

  • Review Your Calories Burned

    Review Your Calories Burned

    Today I will track how many calories I burn during daily activities, and log them in the app.

  • Do Calories Count

    Do Calories Count

    When you eat more calories than you burn, you gain weight. Counting calories and logging your food can help you eat fewer calories and lose weight.

  • Make One Healthy Food Swap

    Make One Healthy Food Swap

    Today I will make one healthy food swap, take a picture of it, and send it to my coach.

  • Alcohol and Diabetes

    Alcohol and Diabetes

    Diabetes and Alcohol Alcohol can both raise and lower blood glucose. Beer, wine, and mixed drinks contain carbohydrates from syrups and juices, just like carb-containing food items. These will raise your blood glucose. At the same time, drinking alcohol can also lower your blood glucose because alcohol blocks the production of glucose in the liver. […]

  • Alcohol’s Hidden Calories

    Alcohol’s Hidden Calories

    Alcohols Hidden Calories Did you know a standard glass of wine can contain as many calories as a piece of chocolate? Alcohol has no real nutritional value, but you still need to count the calories, especially if you are trying to lose weight. As a general rule, drinks with more alcohol will carry more calories. […]

  • Alcohol and My Health

    Alcohol and My Health

    Alcohol and Your Health For many, alcohol is forbidden and should be avoided. For those that choose to drink alcohol, you should drink in moderation, along with exercising and keeping a healthy diet. You should understand that studies have shown physical and mental health risks associated with alcohol consumption.  For those that still choose to […]

  • Better Drink Choices

    Better Drink Choices

    Better Drink Choices Here are some ideas for healthy drinks: Add a splash of 100% juice to plain sparkling water. Carry a water bottle. Refill it all day long. Choose water or sparkling water. Drink tea or coffee without sugar. Enjoy them hot or cold. Flavor water with no-calorie drink mix. Have fun with water. […]

  • What You Drink Makes Bigger Difference Than You Think

    What You Drink Makes Bigger Difference Than You Think

    What You Drink Makes A Bigger Difference Than You Think Many people don’t realize how much sugar and calories are in common beverages. A 500 ml bottle of soda contains about 17 teaspoons of sugar. Drinking one of these every day can lead to an extra 11 kilos of weight gain a year. Adding sugar […]