Don't sabotage your workout routines with unhealthy overeating. Instead, find out what you need to do to get your eating under control. Eating so you're full and satisfied, rather than giving in to emotional overeating to fill a void or simply because the food is there, takes some planning—and a few good strategies. Here they are:Continue reading...
Celebrity sponsors continue to crop up in weight loss commercials, but none was more shocking to me than Jennifer Hudson becoming the spokesperson for Weight Watchers. The singer, who has said she will always have curves multiple times, lost a significant amount of weight seemingly overnight.Continue reading...
What Mark Pinhasovich said....
We continue last week’s episode this week. Since there was no weigh-in last week, there are going to be two people sent packing in this episode. Who will fall below that yellow line and end their tenure?Continue reading...
Losing weight can be a tough feat and even tougher if you’re battling depression. That’s when Deirdra985 took matters into her own hands by prescribing herself an exercise plan. She has gone from a size 22 to a size 10 after losing 75lbsContinue reading...
Start by meeting the recommendations for 30 minutes of moderately intense cardio-type activity on most days set byContinue reading...
A blanquette is a classic French stew of veal, chicken or lamb with mushrooms in a velvety sauce. This concept has been adapted to the slow cooker to make a lightened-up version using chicken thighs. Just a little whipping cream (which is less inclined to break down than lighter creams and gives more density to the sauce) adds richness. This is delightful over egg noodles.Continue reading...
Registered dietitian Jean Harvey-Berino ranks the healthiness of 10 popular appetizers from best to worst.
Best: Hummus: An obvious choice, especially if it’s served with vegetables. Hummus is high in fiber, so it will also fill you up.Continue reading...
Whether you venture out to sports bar or throw a shindig, Super Bowl Sunday shouldn’t mean ‘super’ eating. It may be called the big game, but you want to play it small. Play it smart and consider Super Bowl Sunday a W in your playbook.Continue reading...
Guys get a bad rap for their "diet." From pizza and beer to fried chicken and wings, these stereotypical “man foods” can really pack on the calories, saturated fat, and sodium. Lighten them up by making just a few minor tweaks while still salvaging the flavors they crave. So go ahead, blame the guys (and enjoy your beer and wings with them). Here are a few of man's best food friends lightened.Continue reading...
If you repeatedly overeat despite your best efforts, you may be using food to cope with underlying feelings of anger and resentment. While eating may seem to be a temporary fix, it perpetuates a self-destructive problem. To find a permanent solution, add a some forgiveness to your weight release program.Continue reading...
Follow four smart eating strategies that celebrities follow and swear by.
The nutrition community had been waiting for the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, which were released a month late yesterday. Since 1980, the Dietary Guidelines have been published jointly by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) every 5 years by law.Continue reading...
Don't get caught in front of the vending machine again. Pack these eight healthy snacks (each less than 200 calories) to keep you feeling full and satisfied throughout the work day.Continue reading...
We all understand that portion control is the key to reaching our weight loss goals, but many of us don’t know how to successfully manage our portions. When given big bowls, even nutrition experts fall for bigger portions, as exposed in a study by Brian Wansink published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. So how do regular Janes and Joes choose the right amount of food to eat at a meal? The answer is simple: they get help.Continue reading...
The ranch is still reeling from the twins’ 9-pound gain from last week’s weigh-in. As much as Don says he did not throw the weigh-in, no one seems to believe him, myself included. It is EXTREMELY difficult to put a number like that up and have it be “accidental.” There is another one of those famous twists going on this week, as per the usual. We have a temptation!Continue reading...
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