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on Jul 31, 2014 09:00 AM in Recipes

 

Trail mix may just be the perfect snack for both you and your kids. What’s not to like about it? The sweet and crunchy ingredients please the taste buds, plus it is convenient to pack, portion-controlled, and always ready to eat.

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on Jul 30, 2014 09:00 AM in Recipes

 

Cashews are delicious, but they're pretty calorie and fat dense. So when I want cashew chicken, I keep an eagle eye on the amount of nuts, and I keep the rest of the ingredients nice and light. Works every time.

 

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on Jul 29, 2014 09:00 AM in Tips & Updates

 

A big part of how you portray yourself is how you dress yourself. During the summer, it may be harder to shed off the outer layers. Learn what looks best for your shape, height, coloring, and personality, and you too can look chic regardless of your weight. 

 

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on Jul 28, 2014 09:00 AM in Success Stories

 

At one point, Kris hated taking pictures because she disliked the way she looked. After a phenomenal shift to a healthier lifestyle, she now wants to try taking more pictures of herself. Kris realized that maintaining her weight (she lost almost 40 pounds!) and maintaining a healthy lifestyle require a life-long change – and the change is so worth it! 

 

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on Jul 27, 2014 09:00 AM in Tips & Updates

 

We're already halfway through summer and the heat is bearing down on many of us. Instead of hiding yourself inside the gym for the next month, try something off the beaten path to keep you moving.

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on Jul 26, 2014 09:00 AM in Healthy Eating

 

When life throws you a curve, you are left with one very important choice: how you react. When you don’t get that promotion, do you react by overeating? Instead, make the choice to

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on Jul 25, 2014 09:00 AM in Recipes

 

In Texas, chili is a spicy stew of meat. Beans are what northerners add to ruin the dish. This northerner living in Texas took that as a challenge and created a chili recipe that is far from traditional...

 

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on Jul 24, 2014 09:00 AM in Dieting & You

 

There’s nothing worse than feeling bloated. It’s uncomfortable, can be painful, and makes you feel like you look bigger than you actually are. Take note of the habits you practice prior to feeling bloated.  These are the most common ones and they may shed light on how to fix the problem. 

 

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on Jul 23, 2014 09:00 AM in Recipes

 

Get the party started with these fruity blended 'ritas. They've got real fruit in 'em -- no sugary syrups in sight!

 

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on Jul 22, 2014 09:00 AM in Tips & Updates

 

Eggs have been both praised and criticized for their nutrient content. You’ve probably heard both sides of the story – protein packed versus cholesterol dense, for example, are two common sides of the argument on whether eggs are healthy or not. There’s more to eggs than their nutrients though. See how many of these egg facts you know.

 

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on Jul 21, 2014 09:00 AM in Success Stories

 

Compliments form strangers, cuter clothes, good-looking pictures, more energy...all of these are part of Sarah's post weight-loss life and she couldn't be happier about it. After multiple weight-loss attempts, a simple quote sparked her motivation. Sarah worked hard to lose 60 pounds over the past year and a half and is still going strong!

 

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on Jul 20, 2014 09:00 AM in Tips & Updates

 

Wouldn’t working out be more fun if your efforts paid off in money, not just in weight loss and health? There are some apps that tie an extra value to your workout, motivating you to actually go out and reach your goals.

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on Jul 19, 2014 09:00 AM in Healthy Eating

 

Carnivore, omnivore, or vegetarian – is there one best way to eat for a healthier life? Out of the many hundreds of books on the topic, three deliver clear cultural and nutritional concepts in a reader-friendly way. Who has it right? Is there one best way for everyone to eat?

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on Jul 18, 2014 09:00 AM in Recipes

 

Little lamb rib chops are perfectly sized for those that want to control servings of meat. Cooking the meat on the bone increases the sensory experience of the dinner and truly makes these little chops finger licking good

 

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on Jul 17, 2014 09:00 AM in Tips & Updates

 

Current physical activity guidelines for Americans recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity (e.g., brisk walking) every week. While this goal may seem modest to some, to those who aren’t physically active at all, it may feel overwhelming and discouraging.

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Cashews are delicious, but they're pretty calorie and fat dense. So when I want cashew chicken, I keep an eagle eye on the amount of nuts, and I keep the rest of the ingredients nice and light. Works every time.  

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