By The Numbers

June 3, 2013

Using sugar as a scapegoat for obesity is not a new tactic. But as a recent Well blog in the New York Times states “simply focusing on sugar will do…

Stay Hydrated This Weekend!

May 31, 2013

With Memorial Day week coming to an end, it’s time to embrace the summer months and all that comes along with them.  Whether you are biking, running…

Trust, But Verify

May 29, 2013

When “M.D.,” “Dr.P.H.” or other equally impressive letters come after a person’s name, our natural inclination is to trust that said individual…

The Importance Of Gym Time

May 28, 2013

Last week we shared a Washington Post article on a report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) on physical activity and education in schools. The report…

Institute of Medicine: Kids Need Daily Physical Activity

May 24, 2013

Here at Sip & Savor, we often write about the importance of calorie balance – that is, balancing the calories from all that we eat and drink with those…

Myths about obesity “spinning out of control”

May 22, 2013

Amid the many confusing messages and myths about obesity and how to reverse the trend in America, the real obesity experts are starting to speak out.
Jeffrey…

Keep Yourself Hydrated

May 17, 2013

It’s beginning to be that time of year when you find yourself taking a long walk outside for lunch, going for a bike ride after a busy work day, and…

How Often Do You Exercise?

May 14, 2013

How many times a week are you able to make time in your busy schedule to exercise? If you are able to squeeze a work-out in three times a week, then you…

“Really?”

May 9, 2013

The New York Times “Really?” column, part of the “Well” blog, tackles popular health myths on a weekly basis. This week, it covered a myth that…

If You Don’t Believe Us … Take it from USA Today

May 1, 2013

For quite some time, we’ve been telling our story of how our industry’s beverages clearly aren’t driving the nation’s obesity challenge.  By every…