I’ve told a lot of people about how much I think nutrition tracking is important and there seem to be two kinds of response. The first is interest and a willingness to ask questions or even give it a try. The second, the more common one, is to look doubtful and decide that it’s too much of a pain to do. I’ve tried to talk about how easy nutrition tracking is when you have the right app. I have a Fitbit, but I find using that app to track nutrition is about as much fun as a root canal. Fortunately, there are a lot of other apps that connect with the Fitbit app so I can keep my fitness and nutrition log all in one place. I’m currently using SparkPeople, but I’ve also successfully used MyFitnessPal.
If you look up information about products in the weight management pill category, such as energy boosters, fat burners, appetite suppressants, and so on, you see a lot of cautions and warnings. A general search will often warn you about scams or about the dangers of certain ingredients. That being the case, it can make you wonder whether or not there are any trustworthy products out there. Is the entire industry a scam? Is it possible to get any advantage from a weight management pill? Or is it more likely that we’re throwing money away as we expose ourselves to potential side effects or simply gain no benefit at all? Is There a Decent Weight Management Pill Out There? To get started, I’m not a doctor. Still, I’ve been poking around with this and that weight management pill and fitness supplement over the years, and I’ve learned a lot. For Read More