By Debbie Koenig
Pull up a comfy chair, because I’ve got oodles of interesting reading for you this month:
Yet another reason why it’s a good thing you’re a Weight Watchers member: Science shows that exercise doesn’t actually help you lose much weight.
On the other hand, don’t let that fact discourage you from exercising—check out this triathlete and personal trainer. She’s incredibly fit, but she ain’t thin.
One more exercise link, and we’ll move on…. This one busts 11 fitness myths with science.
Do you feel hungry all the time? The Washington Post offers six possible explanations, and what to do about it.
The significance of this discovery hasn’t fully emerged yet, but I find it fascinating: Our bones may help control our weight.
When my son was born 11 years ago, I spent far too long feeling bad about how I looked in comparison to other moms. I sure wish I’d had this open letter to moms of all sizes back then.
My kid is a super-picky eater, and these days his desire for what I consider “junk food” is through the roof. The more I try to restrict, the worse it gets. I need to take the advice in this article.
I just love this: Low-Maintenance Chic Is for Every Body.
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