An interactive activity for those who want to lose, gain, or maintain weight

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Calories in versus calories out.

That’s one of the most common tag lines I hear when talking about weight. Whether you want to gain, lose, or maintain body mass, it’s vital to consider how many calories you’re eating and how many you’re burning.

But everybody, and every body, is different.

A shockingly high amount of your daily water intake comes from food

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Drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. Most of us have heard that advice, but where exactly does that recommendation to avoid dehydration come from, and should we follow it?

The well-known 8 by 8 dates back to a 1945 suggestion from the U.S. Food and Nutrition…

What you eat can affect how your body burns energy

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Sometimes I wake up feeling lean and full of energy. Other days, I feel bloated and sluggish. What’s the difference between these two mornings? What I ate the day before was completely different.

How do I know which foods are helping and which are hurting? Nutrition research can be confusing…

This year’s #1 was last year’s #26

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The fitness industry is trendy. From HIIT to cycling to personal training, ways to workout are in or out. There are many ways to move, but how do we know what’s most popular right now?

Fifteen years ago, the editors of ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal created a worldwide survey…

Carly Clev

Travel physical therapist eager to share stories on health, relationships, food, and anything else that pops into my head. This is going to be fun.

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