Many people don't realize that you need a meal plan to support your exercise regimen. Here's the best way to get the maximum out of your fitness routines whether it’s to lose weight or improve your overall health and performance.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Sep 26th - 6:58am
"My relationship with my adult children is not good. They are disrespectful and unkind in spite of all I have done for them." In this edition of LIFEadvice, coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham teach how to take more personal responsibility for the problems in our relationships and show how to fix them.
Emotional eating is much more common than some realize, and can feel absolutely overwhelming to the person trying to make sense of it. While it may be easy to blame the food, here are two tools to more effectively overcome emotional eating.
Although you might pay attention to what kind of meat you buy at the grocery store — organic, grass-fed, cage-free — chances are, you aren't as informed about the meat that's on the menu at your favorite fast food joint.
The harvest season, teeming farmers markets and plentiful gardens, yields nutritional gold with delicious foods abundant in color and nutrients protective against disease and supportive of vibrant living.
The single most common characteristic of people who chronically struggle with food has to do with mindset. Read on to find out what this mistake is and how to change your thinking in order to improve your overall nutrition.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Sep 12th - 6:58am
"My older brother can be really sarcastic not only to me but to his wife and children." In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim explains where your sarcasm might come from and how to stop it or deal with it in someone you know.
After being tired of doing the same thing for lunch for too long, KSL.com sportswriter Andy Larsen tried something new: eating lunch at a different place with a different person every day for a month. How'd it go?