Tips for Losing Weight Without Exercise or Dieting

Tips for Losing Weight Without Exercise or DietingWe get it – your days are jam-packed and you’ve got more than a full plate. Who has time to exercise? We’re not condoning a life void of exercise but there are just some weeks (and months) when working out is not on the agenda. On the diet side of the equation, you should always strive to eat healthy, but dieting itself is usually not the way to go. And sometimes even when you are working out and eating right you’re still not able to reach your weight loss goals. That’s why we’re sharing tips for losing weight without exercise or dieting. These small lifestyle changes that take almost no extra time out of your busy days can help you effortlessly burn hundreds of calories. You interested?

Losing weight without exercise or dieting is based on two key principals: move more during the day and sleep more at night. Now, if you’re like most humans, you’re already on the move during the day and you sleep some at night. But if you focus and put effort into really maximizing your potential in both of these areas, the calories you can burn or simply not consume is as if you did a workout or altered your diet. Not bad!

Move More During the Day

Our increasingly sedentary lifestyles, fueled by the luxury of technology and automation, contribute to a lot less body movement than say 30 years ago. When you ramp up the simple activities that you do during the day, you can burn some serious calories. You can start by putting a little “pow” in your household chores such as laundry, vacuuming, cooking, mowing the lawn and cleaning. Bend more, squat more, lung more, scrub harder, change your levels and put full body movements into everything you do at home.

When you’re out-and-about, forget the elevators and escalators and take the stairs instead – yes, even if you work on the 10th floor of your office building! If you have a sedentary job, get up every 20-30 minutes to move around. While you’re working, try standing at your desk or sitting on an exercise ball rather than a traditional chair.

Do your best to never remain idol. When you’re waiting on your computer to open a file, do some chair aerobics. When you’re stopped at a traffic light, shift your core to work your abdominal muscles. In the grocery store checkout lane, do some inconspicuous stretching. It all adds up and at the end of the day it makes a big difference. Plus, more movement throughout the day will make you more tired at night. Which brings us to our second point…

Sleep More at Night

Many studies have shown the correlation between sleep and weight loss, or worse, lack of sleep and weight gain. One of the biggest problems with not sleeping is that the hunger hormone ghrehlin goes into overdrive while the fullness hormone leptin drops. This can cause you to eat up to 700 calories more per day when you sleep less than six hours a night.

Most people need at least seven hours of sleep per night to reap the restorative and weight loss benefits of slumber. Some may need more so it’s important to figure out how much sleep your body needs and when your peak sleeping hours should be. Sometimes going to bed too early or too late impedes your ability to get as much sleep as your body really needs. Also, lying in bed not sleeping isn’t a productive use of your time, which could be better spent maintaining healthy habits such as meal planning, stretching and reducing stress by preparing for your day.

Keep in mind that cooler temperatures help you sleep better so crank up the AC at night. Your body will also have to work harder to keep you warm while you sleep, which torches some extra calories right there.

Losing weight without exercise and dieting is just that easy. Depending on your weight loss goals, these small steps could help you break through your rut and drop those last few pounds you’ve been hoping to shed.

Sources: Women’s Health Magazine and Prevention Magazine


Tips to Boost Self-Esteem

Tips to Boost Self-EsteemWe all have those days when we need an extra boost of confidence. Perhaps it is the normal ebb and flow of our body rhythms or the cycle of the moon that sometimes gets us down on ourselves. When self-esteem lags for longer than usual, things can go downhill fast and affect every aspect of your life including your relationships, parenting, job and health. Self-esteem truly must come from yourself. As much as positive external feedback makes us feel great, loving oneself is most important. Here are some tips to boost self-esteem on a daily basis:

Be Your Own Best Friend: You know that tape that runs in your head that often reminds you of your shortcomings? That’s called “negative self talk,” which may stem from beliefs that are not based on fact or reality. Examine the root of this negativity and challenge it. Then redefine your belief system accordingly. Rather than treating yourself as an enemy, try being your own best friend. Develop your own positive affirmations that encourage and inspire you.

Be Less Judgmental of Others: While you’re putting an end to self-criticism, try doing it to others as well. Coming from a place of understanding rather than constant judgment will open your eyes to many new and wonderful discoveries. Ultimately, the crabby attitude that was bringing you down will start to work towards your happiness instead.

Embrace Imperfection: Perfect is unattainable so if that is your goal you’ll constantly disappoint yourself. Instead, accept (and dare we say enjoy) the imperfections in life and aspire for excellence or just good enough sometimes. Lowering your own standards can actually make you happier. Also, remember that failure is a valuable life-lesson and not one to be ashamed of.

Smile More: Studies show that smiling, laughing and joking around can release positive brain chemicals that will actually make you feel better. So when you’re feeling down, try to turn your frown upside down and trick yourself into elevating your mood.

Step Up Your Look: When you feel good about your look, you are naturally more confident. This starts with a great full figure bra that enhances your silhouette and creates a beautiful feminine shape. Put together a killer outfit, throw on some heels and smear a bold lipstick on your lips. Wa-la!  Instantly you’ll feel ready to take on the world.

Pump Yourself Up: Need a quick boost of confidence before heading into a meeting or having a blind date? Have a pump-up ritual that may include standing in a superhero pose, throwing punches in the air or shouting an affirmative phrase. It may feel ridiculous at first but it can really help you put your best foot forward.

Take Time for Mindfulness: Mindfulness is a trendy word these days and you may dismiss it for lack of time. The truth is, you can be mindful while going about your everyday life, such as listening to the birds as you walk your dog or really feeling the hug you get from a friend when meeting for lunch. These moments that bring meaning to your life can boost self-esteem and make you feel more energetic, compassionate and loving as well.

Sources: Psychology Today, Mayo Clinic, and Positivity Blog



Slow Biological Aging with Exercise

When it comes to health, your chronological age doesn’t really mean much. Sure, that number may help your friends determine how many candles to put on your birthday cake or whether or not you qualify for discounts, but your biological age is what really counts. Unlike your chronological age that increases every year, you can slow biological aging with exercise. Nice!

Your biological age refers to the youthfulness of your cells and it’s measured by the end caps of your chromosomes, called telomeres. Telomeres act as a protective measure for cells but they become shorter each time a cell divides. Eventually they become so short that they can no longer protect cells and the cells die, which contributes to aging. Additionally, shorter telomeres contribute to many diseases including heart disease and cancer, which is why older people are often at higher risk.

Slow Biological Aging with ExerciseThe good news is that you can help preserve your telomeres by exercising. Research shows that any amount of physical activity supports health, vitality and longevity, but it’s consistent vigorous activity that can slow biological aging. In fact, one study out of Brigham Young University found that those who ran between 30 to 40 minutes at least five times a week had a biological age of nine years less than their sedentary counterparts of the same chronological age. Even doing moderate physical activity resulted in a seven year biological age difference.

Exercise helps reduce inflammation and, like eating antioxidants, can reduce oxidative stress on cells. This may be how exercise can help maintain the integrity of telomeres but scientists aren’t positive of the exact reason people are able to slow biological aging with exercise.

Another study from the University of Mississippi and the University of California, San Francisco reviewed a wealth of data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. They, too, found that the more vigorous and diverse the exercise, the more it reduced biological aging. They also noted that maintaining an exercise regimen during the chronological ages of 45 and 60 was vital for preserving the length of telomeres.

Of course exercise also helps you maintain muscle (which naturally begins to deteriorate starting at around age 35) and it keeps your weight in check to counteract the gradual increase of stored fat that also comes with age. And exercise supports strong bones, joints, tendons and ligaments that can reduce age-related injuries and pain. All of these benefits reduce risk of developing chronic conditions, illness and disease. They also support a younger-looking appearance by helping maintain good posture and less wrinkled skin. And exercise stimulates the production of a protein that supports growth in the hippocampus resulting in better memory and brain function.

Perhaps you cannot turn back the dates on the calendar but this exciting research proves you can turn back the clock on your cells and slow biological aging with exercise!

Sources: The New York Times, Newsweek and Mind, Body, Green







3 T Shirt Bras You MUST Have

Smooth, comfortable and just your style – that’s probably what you think of your favorite t-shirts. We believe you should feel the same way about your t shirt bras too! Designed to support your every curve, lift your breasts (and your confidence too) and make you feel dreamy all over, Leading Lady’s collection of t shirt bras is absolutely second to none.

Check out these 3 t shirt bras you MUST have:

3 T Shirt Bras You MUST Have

Molded Padded Seamless T Shirt Bras

With beautifully rounded silky smooth cups and every comfort feature you can imagine, this go-to t shirt bra is one you’ll want in every color and pattern. And there’s a lot to choose from among the 21 options. Available in wirefree or underwire, this full figure bra smooths your back and sides and shapes your bust to create a clean silhouette beneath all of your clothes – and we’re not just talking about t shirts. From everyday blouses to your sexiest little black dress, this bra has your back (front and sides too) for every occasion. Adjustable padded comfort straps and multiple hook-and-eye closures make this bra fit just right and feel oh-so-good all day long.


3 T Shirt Bras You MUST HaveLuxe Body T Shirt Bras

Designed to accentuate your best assets and smooth away back and underarm bulges, this t shirt bra compliments your shape for sleek and sophisticated look. The sassy tuxedo design on the straps also outlines the cups adding a touch of elegance to your t shirt bras. You’ll stay lifted all day with underwire or wirefree support and added structural support features from the band, side panels and no-slip adjustable comfort straps. Four hook-and-eye closures help you find your ideal fit every day, even when your size fluctuates. Boost your style and your self-esteem in luxury in Leading Lady’s Luxe Body T Shirt Bras.


3 T Shirt Bras You MUST HaveFront Closure Racerback T Shirt Bra

For a twist on the classic t shirt bra you’ve gotta try our front closure racerback t shirt bra. It’s got all of our fabulous comfort, support and fit features along with an easy-on, easy-off front closure design. New and improved premium underwire and a perfectly molded cup offer extreme support that lifts your breasts. The racerback style ensures no strap slippage all day, plus it helps disperse the weight of your breasts across your back and shoulders for better posture and serious comfort. Fit to perfection, this t shirt bra looks great under a variety of tops, especially racerback designs.

Which t shirt bra in the Leading Lady collection is your favorite?

The Power of Cinnamon

Do you like to sprinkle cinnamon on pastries and beverages? If you do, you may unknowingly reap some of the amazing health benefits of cinnamon. As the second most popular spice in the US next to ground pepper, cinnamon is not only delicious, it can also help improve your health. Here’s the scoop on the power of cinnamon:

The Power of Cinnamon

Where does cinnamon come from?

Most of the cinnamon we consume in the US is called Cassia cinnamon, which is grown on wild trees and hails from China. Cinnamon has bee used for centuries for culinary and therapeutic purposes.

The health benefits of cinnamon

Although most of the health benefits of cinnamon are yet to be fully embraced by the medical community as treatments, many studies show that cinnamon is beneficial at reducing unwanted symptoms of conditions and diseases and may be useful as a preventative measure as well.

Perhaps one of the most impressive studies on the health advantages of cinnamon showed that it can reduce blood sugar levels and cholesterol levels in those with type 2 diabetes. Since diabetics are at higher risk of heart-related issues, this combination of benefits may reduce complications as a result of diabetes. Additionally, those who suffer from high cholesterol levels (with or without diabetes) may benefit from cinnamon as well.

Cinnamon is believed to have terrific healing properties derived from antioxidants and other phytonutrients. It has been known to reduce inflammation and fight off bacterial, viral and fungal infections (including yeast infections) and may even aid as a supplemental treatment for HIV.

Along with antioxidants, cinnamon contains powerful anti-inflammatory agents that can reduce inflammation, the root cause of many diseases such as cancer and degenerative brain conditions. Two studies indicate that cinnamon may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease and slow the neurologically damaging effects of Multiple Sclerosis.

Cinnamon in your diet

Cinnamon is easy to incorporate into your diet and it’s actually in many more foods than you may have realized. Many packaged cookies, pastries and other desserts use cinnamon to flavor sweet treats. You can add it to a variety of baked goods, beverages or even savory dishes like fish, chili and casseroles. It would be hard to consume too much cinnamon by using it for culinary purposes but if taken as a dietary supplement, be cautious about your consumption, especially if you have history of liver problems.

Sources: WebMD and Medical News Today

7 Easy Ways to Get a Brain Boost

7 Easy Ways to Get a Brain BoostYour mind is certainly one of your most essential personal assets. Daily habits and the natural aging process can take a toll on mental abilities including focus, clarity, memory and cognition. The good news is you can get a brain boost by incorporating some fairly simple habits into your life. Bonus: Many of them have other benefits than solely a brain boost so you’re taking care of a lot of health concerns at once. Who doesn’t love that?!?!

Here are 7 easy ways to get a brain boost:

1 – Sleep More

Although your body is at rest, your brain is in repair and processing mode during slumber. When you don’t get enough sleep, you can actually lose some of the grey matter in the front of your brain that is responsible for memory and executive function. Your brain continues to make connections while you sleep, which is why sometimes you can see things more clearly and solve problems easier after a great night’s rest. Bonus: Take a power nap for 20 minutes during the day for rejuvenation and concentration.

2 – Exercise

It does a body good and it does your brain good as well. Movement is the key to so many health concerns and both cardio and strength-building exercise improve cognitive function. Some of this is due to the increased oxygenated blood flow that reaches your brain, giving you more energy, stamina and motivation. Exercise can also increase the growth of certain nerve cells required for good brain health. Bonus: Listen to music while you exercise for an even greater brain boost.

3 – Play an Instrument

You’re really never too old to learn to play an instrument. The coordination and multiple senses involved in playing an instrument challenge your brain in new and demanding ways.  Bonus: You don’t have to be good at playing, just play!

4 – Eat Smart

You are what you eat and your brain is proof. All the usual suspects – lean meats, fish, green leafy vegetables, nuts, berries and complex carbohydrates – make up a fantastic brain-boosting diet. Be sure to get lots of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, plus stay hydrated. Bonus: Salmon, blueberries and nuts are among the best brain foods.

5 – Play Games

Challenge yourself to a brain game every day such as Sudoku, Scrabble, Tetris or a crossword puzzle. These keep your brain sharp and agile while you have fun. Bonus: Check out free online brain games that you can play with partners around the world.

6 – Meditate and Relax

It’s often when you let go of the worries and stress that you are able to find clarity. In fact, relaxing and meditating boosts your memory and increases concentration. That’s why taking small breaks throughout your workday can help increase productivity and focus. Bonus: Lounging, watching TV and playing video games counts as relaxation.

7 – Positive Relationships

Having positive influences in your life is a big win for your brain. First, studies show it improves memory. But companionship also means you’re engaging in conversation and probably laughing more, which are both great for increasing creativity and cognition. Bonus: Having a special friend that you love helps release serotonin and oxytocin that increase your decision-making and problem-solving abilities.

Sources: Greatist, Health and Entrepreneur

Four Reasons to Eat Whole Fruit

Fruit is fruit, right? No matter how you consume it – sliced, diced, juiced or whole? That’s not entirely true, according to research. Whole fruit is the best way to go for a variety of reasons and we’re sharing them with you today.

Here’s the whole truth about whole fruit:

Reason #1: Whole Fruit Has Tons of Fiber

Four Reasons to Eat Whole Fruit

Fiber is one of the biggest benefits of whole fruit. Fiber is harder to digest and therefore keeps you satisfied for longer, which means you will probably eat less because you feel full. Fiber also binds to waste and helps eliminate it from your body to keep your system clean. As soon as you start chopping up your fruit, you’re doing the job that your stomach and intestines should be doing during digestion. That’s not to say you can’t slice an apple to eat it, but juicing and turning fruit into smoothies takes away some of the fiber advantages as the blades grind it up into liquid. Also, sometimes fruits are peeled before blending, which reduces a lot of the nutrients and fiber.

Reason #2: Whole Fruits Take Longer to Eat

You could probably down a serving of apple juice in less than a minute but eating an entire apple would take more like 10 to 20 minutes. The slower process of eating whole fruit, the fiber in the fruit (often found in the skin) and the additional energy it takes to digest it helps you not only savor it for longer, but also assists your body in registering and regulating the sugar intake. And in general, the impact of the sugar from whole fruit is far less than sugar from juiced fruit or other sugary foods due to fiber and the slower digestive process.

Reason #3: You Eat Less Sugar with Whole Fruit

Think about how much fruit goes into a fruit smoothie. You could easily blend up an entire banana, 5 strawberries, a cup of blueberries and half a mango in one cup of smoothie and slurp it down pretty quickly. That’s a lot of sugar in a small amount of time. And the truth of the matter is you probably wouldn’t eat that much fruit in one sitting so you’re taking in a ton more calories that you really need. By eating the whole fruit, you slow down the eating process and consume less sugar overall.

Reason #4: You Reap the Maximum Nutritive Benefits from Whole Fruit

Whole fruit offers more bioavailable nutrients than blended fruit. As your body slowly digests whole fruit, it can extract the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other healthy natural compounds the fruit has to offer and then put it to good use in the body. Whole fruits have hundreds of health benefits like offering sustainable energy, healing properties, reducing inflammation, regulating blood sugar levels and strengthening cells.

There are a whole lot of benefits to eating whole fruit. So go ahead, enjoy that tangy orange, sweet cup of berries and juicy pear just as nature intended.

Sources: WebMD, Mother Nature Network and New York Times

What You Should Know about Heat Stroke

What You Should Know about Heat Stroke

Last summer August was the hottest month of the year. In fact, it was the hottest month ever recorded. With extreme heat comes a lot of concern about heat stroke, a serious and potentially deadly condition that affects thousands of people across the country every year.

Here’s what you should know about heat stroke:

Heat stroke occurs when your body temperature rises due to extreme temperatures and dehydration and prevents your body from being able to regulate itself. That means that many normal functions are off-kilter and the side-effects are dangerous Heat stroke is marked by an elevated heart beat, quick shallow breathing, dizziness, muscle weakness, headache, disorientation, nausea and vomiting, and red or dry skin. In some cases heat stroke can cause seizures or unconsciousness.

Typically your body is able to self-regulate when it is hot. It does this by releasing heat back into the air, sweating to cool off and sending signals to your brain to hydrate and find a cooler environment. However, when the air outside is hotter than your normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees and when humidity is higher than approximately 75%, these functions can’t happen.

As your body overheats, it does everything possible to compensate for the problem. A rapid heart rate is your body’s attempt to dispel the heat. Inflammation occurs as a protective mechanism but can cause cell damage so “heat-shock” proteins are produced to try to defend your cells. When cell damage does take place, it impedes your enzyme function which can lead to organ failure. Your nervous system is usually affected first, which is why confusion, disorientation and unconsciousness occur.

These are some serious side-effects! It is estimated that over 13,000 end up in the emergency room from heat stroke every year and over 650 people die from a heat-related illness every year. Other heat conditions include heat exhaustion, heat cramps, and heat syncope, but none are as serious as heat stroke.

Infants and children under age 4, seniors over age 65, people with pre-existing health conditions (such as diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure), people taking certain medications, those who drink excessive alcohol and anyone who doesn’t drink enough water are at higher risk of heat stroke. Heat stroke is more likely to occur during heat waves when the heat index is very high. If you think someone is experiencing heat stroke, call 911 right away.

To avoid heat stroke, play it safe in the sun. Stay abreast of the daily heat index and spend time outdoors outside of peak sun hours. Wear sunscreen at all times during summer days, even when it is cloudy. Drink extra water when spending time outdoors or consider drinks that help you replace the electrolytes that are lost when you sweat. Wear lose-fitting, light-colored clothes to keep yourself cool and detract the sunlight. When exercising outside, be particularly cautious and drink extra water. Remember: caffeine, alcohol and salt tablets are counterproductive to hydration.

Stay safe, hydrated and protected this summer to avoid heat stroke. Just a few extra precautions can make a big difference for you and your family.

Sources: The Atlantic, Huffington Post and WebMD


Finally, a Bra for Hard to Fit Sizes: Full Figure Underwire Front Closure Racerback Bra

One of the most beautiful things about a woman’s body is that her shape is completely different from any other woman on the planet. Each woman’s body shape is as unique as the woman herself. This individuality is the spice of life and makes our world so much more interesting. BUT, it’s also what makes wardrobe shopping difficult when you don’t fit the typical mold of what clothing designers deem “normal.” FRUSTRATING, right? Finally, a full figure bra for hard to fit sizes is here for your amazingly unique body shape.

Finally, a Full Figure Bra for Hard to Fit Sizes

We hear all too many stories about women who need a larger band and smaller cup to fit their beautiful bodies. Most bra companies, even full figure bra companies, don’t make bras to accommodate bra sizes such as 42A, 42B, 44A, 44B, 46A, 46B, 48A and 48B. They assume that if you need a larger band your breasts must be large too. At Leading Lady we know that’s not necessarily the case. And if you fall into that category, you need a comfortable bra that is supportive of your unique shape. Enter our Full Figure Underwire Front Closure Racerback Bra.

This bra is your answer to hard to fit sizes. In addition to offering a variety of sizes, our Full Figure Underwire Front Closure Racerback Bra provides a seamless lifted silhouette for your best look every day. The full coverage cups and underwire design support your breasts ideally and in comfort, plus the front closure makes dressing a cinch.

Here’s what women like you are saying about our Full Figure Underwire Front Closure Racerback Bra:

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So happy I could cry…I’m a big gal with a small bust. I’ve spent the last 10 years wearing stretchy sports bras because I was told I’d have to have a “custom made bra” because my size was so unique. Who knows how expensive that could have been. I gave up wearing a real bra for years. I gave Amazon a chance a couple days ago and guessed my size at a 42A. It arrived today and when I put it on I could cry. I finally have a real bra again and it’s comfortable and looks nice.” by Krista on Amazon

The Best Seeds for Your Health

The Best Seeds for Your Health

Small but mighty, seeds can be a tremendous source of nutrition. As some of the most popular superfoods, seeds are now readily available in a variety of forms and are easy to incorporate into your diet. If you’re lacking vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, protein and amino acids, consider adding seeds to your meals and snacks. We’re sharing the best seeds for your health to help jump-start your healthy seed habit.

Chia Seeds: Currently one of the hottest superfoods, Chia seeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, fiber, calcium and folate. The tiny black seeds are easy to use in baking or to add to nutritious smoothies.

Flax Seeds: This healthy seed is packed with alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid that is stellar for reducing inflammation. Plus it has magnesium and fiber that may help keep you full and may lower cholesterol. The best way to eat flax seeds is ground as they are more bio-digestible than whole flax.

Pomegranate Seeds: This juicy, crunchy and slightly bitter fruit seed is chock-full of antioxidants that support healthy cells, as well as Vitamin C, potassium, Vitamin K and iron.

Pumpkin Seeds: Also called pepitas, pumpkin seeds boast a good deal of protein, iron, zinc and B vitamins with a light, subtle flavor. Toasted and seasoned, keep this snack in mind year round, not just during pumpkin season.

Hemp Seeds: Another tremendous source of omega-3 fatty acids, hemp seeds are a stand out because they contain all 9 essential amino acids. Those are the ones our bodies don’t create themselves so they are vital to consume through food sources.

Sesame Seeds: They may not look like much but sesame seeds are filled with fantastic nutrients like calcium, copper, manganese and thiamin, as well as lignans that are believed to lower cholesterol.

Sunflower Seeds: Sunflower seeds are among the most popular seeds because they are readily available and simple to eat. They contain important antioxidants including Vitamin E for skin and bone health. You can make sunflower seeds into sun butter as an alternative to nut butters.

Sacha Inchi Seeds: The little-known sacha inchi seed is perhaps the holy grail of seeds. It contains 17 times the omega-3 fatty acids in salmon and a ton of protein and essential amino acids too. They have a slightly nutty flavor and make a great addition to salads.

The best seeds for your health are delicious, nutritious and easy to eat every day! Enjoy!!

Sources: Huffington Post, Prevention and Best Health Magazine

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