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Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: June 12 2016

Each week, I publish a list of best fitness articles from the previous week. These articles range from a wide variety of topics like nutrition, training, stress management, weight loss, general health, recipes, etc. Here is the list from the week of June 5 – June 11.

1. Counting Calories 101: How To Count Calories To Lose Weight: Courtesy of Helen West on Authority Nutrition

The math is simple. In order to lose weight, you consume less calories than you expend on a daily basis. Counting calories is one of the easiest strategies you can use to see real weight loss. In this article, Helen gives you everything you need to know about counting calories from tips and strategies to what apps you should use.

2. How To Stop Any Craving Right When It Hits: Courtesy of Alyssa Raiola on Greatist

When you lower your caloric intake, hunger cravings are bound to ensue. Most of us feel helpless when cravings strike, feeling as if we have to indulge. Doing this over and over again is a recipe for disaster. In this article, Alyssa shows you how you can fight the temptation to give in when cravings hit.

3. 14 Ways To Increase Protein Intake: Courtesy of Franziska Spritzler on Authority Nutrition

Protein is the most important nutrient to seeing any changes in the way your body looks. In my experience, most people do not get enough protein on a daily basis. In this article, Franziska shows you 14 easy ways to add more protein to your diet.

4. Research Review: The Biggest Loser Study: Courtesy of Helen Kollias on Precision Nutrition

The social media world was abuzz recently after a new study came out showing participants of the Biggest Loser tv show, on average, regained 70% of the weight they lost after the show. This brings up the question of, “Is a large amount of weight loss sustainable”? As usual, the folks at Precision Nutrition dig into this study and provide you with 5 simple habits to ensure you can maintain your results.

5. How I Finally Quit Making Excuses And Got Healthy Habits To Stick: Courtesy of Jamie Varon on Greatist

Greatist has put out some good content this week and this article is no different. Excuses can always be made, but it’s those who drop the excuses and get to work that reap all the benefits. In this article, Jamie talks about her struggle with making excuses for everything and how she was finally able to put a stop to it. She shares 6 easy steps that worked for her and how you can use them to do the same.

Breakfast Recipe of the Week: Zucchini With Egg

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