Are you guilty of stretching the truth to your trainer (or yourself)? "I Don't Eat that Much" This is probably one of the most common ‘lies’ personal trainers hear from their clients, and it’s the one most likely to prevent any major changes from happening in your body.Continue reading...
According to recent studies, too much sitting can be detrimental to your health. Use these sitting exercises to stay active throughout the day and sculpt your legs.Continue reading...
A new study by Cornell researchers says working moms spend 3.5 hours less per day on diet and exercise with their children. To help make the most of your time at home after a long day, use these tips to make healthy eating easier for you and your children.Continue reading...
Zucchini and celery give this chicken-and-bean salad a nice crunch. We like serving it over a bed of slightly bitter escarole and radicchio, but any type of salad greens will work. Recipe by Nancy Baggett for EatingWell.Continue reading...
Purple plants are very special indeed. That beautiful purple pigment comes from proven disease fighters, phytonutrients. The nutrition facts for eggplant really are fantastic. Only 20 little calories in an entire cup. So what are you waiting for? Choose a recipe and get cooking!Continue reading...
Not only does menstruation cause you physical discomfort, but it also does a doozie on your mood. Add to that strong cravings and you’ve got the perfect storm to lose control. Instead of conceding defeat, try these tips to curb your cravings during your period.Continue reading...
I’m not naming any names, but I have a family member who rarely eats carbs. The reasoning? In their words, not mine, "they make you fat." (And chances are, thanks to the Atkins craze, you too know at least one of these no-carb eaters.)Continue reading...
Voters in California will soon decide if labeling genetically modified foods (GMOs) should become law. Currently in America, there is no labeling requirement so you may not be aware how much of your diet is a product of modern science. Here's what you need to know about GMOs.Continue reading...
As surprising as it may seem, considering I’m a dietitian and nutrition editor of EatingWell Magazine, my preferred variety of milk is the chocolate kind, especially after a workout. It delivers the mix of protein and carbohydrate our bodies need to recover energy supplies after an intense workout. (Find out how milk stacks up against water, sports drinks and more when it comes to staying hydrated.)Continue reading...
A little sweet, a little savory, and 100 percent guilt-free! Make a batch of these muffins, and prepare to be wowed...Continue reading...
Why is it that we always seem to have room for dessert? It goes back to the days of our ancestors. In a nutshell: Caveman-You really needed those Oreos, but Today-You? Not so much.Continue reading...
Suffering from health issues was the key factor for Curlysue58 to toss her unwanted weight. Changing her lifestyle along with the help of Calorie Count she has reached her target goal weight by losing 51 pounds.Continue reading...
If you’re juicing to slim down—a trend that is now back in vogue—lacking scientific evidence suggests that you should think twice.Continue reading...
The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend that adults engage in 20 minutes of vigorous activity three days per week or at least 30 minutes of low-to-moderate physical activity five days per week. Sometimes it’s just not possible to get all that exercise in at once. It might be better to split up your longer workouts into two shorter sessions to ensure that you actually get it done.Continue reading...
New research supports the notion that adding healthier food to your diet is more important than cutting out certain foods for maintaining weight loss. Here we share the results of the study, led by Bethany Barone Gibbs, PhD of the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Health and Physical Activity.Continue reading...
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