by Hallie Falquet Sovesky
Do you have the luck of the fighting Irish? If so, you could bag two weeks of Medifast food when Notre Dame gets a sack. Throughout the football season, each Notre Dame sack will prompt another two-week Medifast Meal giveaway. Continue Reading →
September 26th is a day dedicated to Family Health and Fitness. It’s a perfect time to gather your family to enjoy the great outdoors. Be a fit and healthy example for your family by trying out some of these activities ideal for crisp fall weather. Continue Reading →
More than 1,000 organizations throughout the U.S. will be hosting women’s health and fitness events with an estimated 80,000 to 100,000 women expected to participate.
We have a number of talented bloggers participating in the Medifast program. We’ve collected their most recent tips below. If you need inspiration, be sure to visit their blogs and follow along with their weight-loss journeys! Continue Reading →
When we hear the term “gluten-free,” it’s common to associate it with another trending diet. However, did you know that many people need to follow a gluten-free meal plan? These people have a condition called Celiac disease. Continue Reading →
It’s another big game for Notre Dame this weekend! They’ve got the luck of the fighting Irish on their side, do you? If so, you could bag two weeks of Medifast food when Notre Dame gets a sack! Each Notre Dame sack will prompt another two-week Medifast Meal giveaway for every game throughout the season. While results vary, on average, one can lose 2-5 lbs the first 2 weeks on the Medifast 5&1 Plan, and 1-2 lbs each week thereafter. How much weight do you want to lose? Continue Reading →
Our busy lives often leave our brains buzzing, and our stress levels high. It is not uncommon to see a gym-goer reading a book, or watching television on the treadmill while working out. The beauty of Yoga is that it gives us the opportunity to turn off all of these distractions and focus inward. Vinyasa Yoga, which connects asanas (Yoga poses) in a flow-like sequence, focuses on connecting body movement with breath. Continue Reading →