In a new book called “Walk Your Butt Off,” co-author Leslie Bonci, who’s the dietician for the Pirates, Steelers, Penguins and more, has a program to get you walking to lose weight and get healthy.
Walking is the most natural form of exercise. It’s something we’re all born to do.
It’s almost swimsuit season and now starts the rush to try and lose some weight. There’s a new diet in town that promises you could lose weight while you sleep and even more in the coming weeks.
When you eat every meal, aim to add as much color as possible!
Have you ever heard of something called the “caveman diet?” Plenty of people have heard of the idea to eat the way a caveman would have.
They are six foods that are super for you that can help you lose weight and help you stay healthy. However, you may not have even heard of some of them.
Leslie Bonci, Director of Sports Nutrition at UPMC, joined Larry Richert to talk about the news of New York’s ban on sugary soda.
Some of today’s topics include:
This week, Rania Harris and Leslie Bonci are in the Pittsburgh Today Live kitchen with some great Thai recipes perfect for any single person on the go!
Leslie Bonci is the dietician to the stars of Pittsburgh sports as well as other professional sports teams around the country. Now, she’s put her weight loss advice in a book called “The Active Calorie Diet.”
To learn more about Leslie Bonci’s new book, The Active Calorie Diet, visit: ActiveCalorieDiet.com. You can also find it on Amazon, by clicking here.
Rose Ryan-Douglas was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA’s Afternoon News by Leslie Bonci, director of sports nutrition at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine.
When it comes to holiday overeating, few traditions can compete with the ceremonial candy binge that comes with Halloween night. But with sky-high rates of obesity and heart disease reaching across the country, some experts are looking for healthier alternatives to chocolaty treats.
According to a new report by the Trust for America’s Health, Pennsylvania is among those states ranked highest in obesity. Out of 50 states and the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania ranks as 19th on the list of the most obese states.