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8 Summer Steps for Healthy Living

In the warmer, longer, lazier days of summer, the living may not be easy, but your life probably feels less chaotic. Even adults tend to ad...

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The 10 Worst Diet Rules if You're Over 30

No matter how hard you try to keep the weight off, your metabolism will slow down because of the bone and muscle loss that comes with age—which, in turn, makes it more of a challenge to maintain a trim physique. What’s worse, diet tricks that worked for you in the past may no longer help the pounds come off.


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Friday, January 20, 2017

Quiz: Is Your Thyroid the Reason for Your Weight Gain?

Losing weight is hard. But it can be even more difficult and frustrating when you start eating right and exercising and still do not see any changes on the scale. Sometimes your body, specifically your thyroid gland, can be the reason you're not seeing improvement. Take this quiz now to see if your thyroid could be the reason you've gained or can't lose weight, CLICK HERE.


Thursday, January 19, 2017

How to Lose Weight With Superfood Swaps

Dieters often have an all-or-nothing mentality.

They cut out all their favorite foods – pizza, pasta, tacos, fries and cookies – to lose weight, but then they feel deprived, get discouraged and quit before they've reached their goal, says Dawn Jackson Blatner, a Chicago-based registered dietitian nutritionist. "I run into this issue with everybody."

Blatner, who has helped thousands of people trim down over the past 15 years in her private practice and online classes, recommends a different strategy: Satisfy those cravings by swapping superfoods (vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and other plant-based foods) for C.R.A.P., her acronym for overly processed foods that contain: Chemicals you don't use in your kitchen; Refined flour and sugar; Artificial sweeteners, colors and flavors; and Preservatives.

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Monday, January 16, 2017

Key Rules for Cold-Weather Weight Loss

Winter weight gain often feels inevitable—the effects of overdoing it during an ever-growing holiday season. The colder, shorter days make it harder to get outdoors and easier to stay glued to the TV. It may seem easier to say bah humbug and decline every party invitation, instead staying tied to the treadmill.

The good news: The 10 pounds the average American is alleged to gain between Thanksgiving and New Years Day is only a myth. A National Institutes of Health study in 2000 tested this theory by measuring the weights of 195 volunteers before, during, and after the six-week holiday season. What they found was that the average weight gain was only about one pound. One pound!

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Thursday, January 12, 2017

5 of the Healthiest Winter Foods

Although there are fewer foods that are in season in winter than in summer, winter boasts some surprising health superstars.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Eggs

Eggs are loaded with high-quality proteins, vitamins, minerals, good fats and various trace nutrients. A large egg contains (10): Only 77 calories, with 5 grams of fat and 6 grams of protein with all 9 essential amino acids. Rich in iron, phosphorous, selenium and vitamins A, B12, B2 and B5 (among others).

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