Over the past couple of years people have been talking about the Dad Bod, a term used to describe a slightly overweight man. The premise behind the Dad Bod is…
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My name is Kim, a certified personal trainer and health coach at EMP 180° Weight Loss. I am passionate about nutrition and education and understand firsthand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
Amid the Instagram tags and Facebook posts, do you share your weight loss plans with the people in your life? We’re here to tell you about the pros and cons of discussing your weight loss.
Most people know the risks of being overweight, including heart disease, diabetes, and sleep apnea. Even though these health problems cost health insurance companies billions of dollars annually, preventative care and treatment have never been covered.
Meal prepping has taken the fitness community by storm. We’re here to discuss meal prepping, and how a little bit of meal planning may fit better into your busy lifestyle without sacrificing nutrition.
2018 was a year for big-name diets, cleanses, and lifestyle changes. We’re here to help you tell these diets apart, and to let you know how EMP180’s diet plan stands out.
Appetizers are notoriously unhealthy. Use these recipes from EMP 180 to make delicious salmon and chickpea crepe pinwheels, kicky buffalo cauliflower, savory prosciutto egg cups, and grilled vegetables with creamy tzatziki.
It’s the season for giving, and the season for making not-too-subtle hints to your friends and family about what you’d like to find under the tree. Here’s EMP180’s list of goods and goodies that will help you and your loved ones have a healthy holiday.
At EMP 180⁰ Weight Loss™, the program identifies the underlying reasons you gain weight and addresses them directly. With us, you can lose weight for good, rather than jumping in on a temporary fad diet.
No holiday is quite as food-focused as Thanksgiving. Not only do some foods only come around once a year (looking at you, stuffing), it can feel completely normal to over-eat to the point of discomfort.