Diabetes Can Increase Your Risks from COVID-19. Here’s What You Can Do to Help Prevent Both.

We’re all doing our best to stay healthy right now. And while following the CDC guidelines is slowly starting to become second nature (in a dysopian kind of way at least), some of us need to take extra steps to protect ourselves from COVID-19. According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, the elevated blood … Continue reading Diabetes Can Increase Your Risks from COVID-19. Here’s What You Can Do to Help Prevent Both.

Healthy Comfort Food Hacks

It’s natural to be drawn to comfort foods. They are, well…comforting after all. They provide soothing, stimulating serotonin in the brain that relaxes us. And in these uncertain times when a lot of us are feeling off balance, reaching for the warmth of nostalgia in the form of carbs, fat, sugar and salt feels like … Continue reading Healthy Comfort Food Hacks

Is Eating at Home Eating Up Too Much Time? Try These 32 Healthy Lunch Ideas

Spending more time at home means more opportunities to enjoy healthy, homemade lunches. It can also mean spending more time prepping and cooking, and possibly getting bored with the same old same old. If you’re looking to add variety without eating up too much of your time, we’ve got you covered.  Whether it’s bento boxes … Continue reading Is Eating at Home Eating Up Too Much Time? Try These 32 Healthy Lunch Ideas

41 Creative Ways to Feel More Connected During Social Distancing

Whether we consider ourselves extroverts, introverts or ambiverts, social distancing has come as a shock to our systems. We’ve all witnessed countless events, celebrations and plans cancelled or postponed. And this new (temporary) reality has come with a mix of isolation, anxiety and boredom. As social creatures, feeling connected to others hugely contributes to our … Continue reading 41 Creative Ways to Feel More Connected During Social Distancing

Are You Eating Your Feelings? Here are 7 Ways to Stop.

Our whole world and ways of being have been turned on their head as many of us prepare to head into week four of sheltering in place. And even if you aren’t stuck at home, but are simply (or not-so-simply) practicing social distancing, well, let’s just say none of this is easy. For anyone. Being … Continue reading Are You Eating Your Feelings? Here are 7 Ways to Stop.

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Our diabetes prevention and weight loss programs are free through May 31. While you may be at home, you’re definitely not alone.

Food Shopping & Meal Planning (When Eating Out Isn’t an Option)

Welcome to the new normal of eating at home. All. The. Time. On one hand, it’s a great time to brush up on your cooking skills. But on the other, planning three meals a day for a full week (or more) can be challenging, especially if you’re feeding an entire family. (And let’s face it, … Continue reading Food Shopping & Meal Planning (When Eating Out Isn’t an Option)

12 Ways to Strengthen Your Immune System

We could all use a little extra support right now, so we’re devoting this post to our amazing immune systems and all they do for us. Yes, adapting to our new normal means practicing good hygiene and social distancing, but it also means doing things to keep ourselves and our loved ones healthy (and happy).  Here … Continue reading 12 Ways to Strengthen Your Immune System

9 Time-Management Tips in the Age of “Crazy Busy”

We can all relate to being overbooked and that frazzled feeling that comes with it. Busy-ness can be a huge barrier to changing health habits, especially when we’re trying to find more time for nutritious meals and daily exercise in the midst of an already unmanageable schedule. This can feel like a tough, if not impossible, … Continue reading 9 Time-Management Tips in the Age of “Crazy Busy”

Healthy Habit Heroes: Jay’s Story

Welcome back to our “Healthy Habit Heroes” blog series, where we share members’ stories in their own words about their experiences with Yes Health. Want to join the “Triple H Club?” Reach out to your coach in our app or email: stories@yeshealth.com. Jay had been overweight for a long time. He had chronic knee and chest pain and his … Continue reading Healthy Habit Heroes: Jay’s Story