Overcome Barriers To Mindful Eating Mindful eating is a powerful tool that can change your life forever. Mindful eating will allow you to lose weight successfully, feel good in your body, and establish a healthier relationship with food. Unfortunately, there are a few obstacles that can get in the way of your mindful eating journey.… Continue reading Overcome Barriers To Mindful Eating
Use Hunger/Fullness Scale To Prevent Overeating Honoring hunger and fullness is an integral part of maintaining a healthy weight. From a young age, we are taught to “clean our plates!” regardless of how physically full we may have felt. These societal customs have made us tune out our true inner cues, leading to overeating and weight… Continue reading Use Hunger/Fullness Scale To Prevent Overeating
We’ve been listening to a lot of user feedback about our global challenges lately. We’ve been grateful to hear how important our challenges are to many of you in the community, but you’ve also told us there is a lot that should be improved. Therefore, we’re taking the new year as an opportunity to make… Continue reading Changes to Pacer’s Global Challenges in 2021
2020 has been a year like no other, and we can’t say that we are sad to soon be putting it in the rearview mirror. But we’re also so grateful to our incredible and inspiring Pacer community for continuing to make Pacer a truly unique and special place in the online world. You’ve stuck… Continue reading Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021!
Desserts and snacks (even unhealthy ones) can be part of a healthy eating plan so long as they’re only eaten occasionally and you adjust the rest of what you eat to compensate.
If you’re stuck at home and can’t get hit your step goal, maintain your fitness by building strength, keeping flexible, and practicing healthy cooking skills. Here’s how to stay fit by building strength and flexibility plus eat healthier if you’re stuck inside.
You can actually get healthier, burn more calories and save money by walking more and starting a healthier eating plan. These 6 tips will help you get your 10,000 steps, eat better and save some money at the same time.
Did you know that you can manually add steps (and calories, distance and time walked) into Pacer? It’s also easy to delete manually added steps as well. Here’s how.
Walking just one extra mile per day can get you closer to your personal step goal and burn more calories in less time than you probably think.
Understanding portion sizes can be one of your keys to both eating healthier and losing weight. If you’re taking the effort to walk 30-minutes a day or more, build off of that hard work by choosing proper portions and eating a bit healthier.