August 20, 2007

Can You Enjoy Juice on a Diet?

Juice is Not a Diet Enemy

If you’re on a diet, you might be wondering whether or not fruit juice is a good option or what type of juice you should be consuming. Contrary to what some have heard, while it’s true that fruit juice has more calories than many dieters realize, it can still be a healthy option for satisfying a sweet tooth when you’re on a diet.

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June 22, 2007

Can Dieters Live Dairy-Free?

Dieters Can Indeed Skip the Moo Juice

Some dieters are interested in alternatives to traditional dairy products when they’re on a diet, but they don’t know where to find them. If you’re like some dieters and want to reduce or eliminate your dairy intake without sacrificing the benefits of dairy foods, we have the answers you’ve been looking for.

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June 14, 2007

Should Partners in a Relationship Diet Together?

Why Two on a Diet Can Be Better Than One

If you live with a significant other and you go on a diet when they don’t, you may find it to be an awful struggle. While you are trying to curb your appetite, you partner is chomping down cheese steaks and eating cookies with whole milk. Many couples living together face this problem at some point in their lives. If you’re one of them, we’ve got some diet suggestions that will help.

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June 3, 2007

Are Commercial Diets Worth the Cost?

Considering the Financial Aspect of Commercial Diets

There are many popular commercial diets on the market these days. Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, and LA Weight Loss, just to name a few. While the fee structure varies, one thing remains the same -- all of these commercial diets cost money. The question is, are they worth it?

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April 9, 2007

Can You Eat at a Restaurant When You’re on a Diet?

How Restaurants Affect Your Diet

Going out to eat when on a diet is a major challenge. This requires careful consideration when ordering from the menu. Another major challenge is dealing with the traditional three courses, appetizer, lunch, and dessert. The appetizer alone may be enough to put you off your diet. This article will show you a clever way to eat in your favorite restaurants while on a diet.

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April 2, 2007

The Important Role Water Plays In Weight Loss

Weight Loss is Unattainable without Proper Hydration

Many of us spend an unbelievable amount of time in search of the perfect diet to aid with weight loss, but we tend to neglect other important issues in our diet. We all know how healthy water is for our bodies. Water acts as a natural detoxifier. It helps us to purge impurities from the body and helps to keep our skin clear. Yet so many of us don’t even know how much water we drink each day. And not surprisingly many of us simply don’t drink enough water. As a result, we sometimes never experience the weight loss we desire.

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March 27, 2007

Girl Scout Cookies Can Present a Challenge for Dieters

How Many Girl Scout Cookies Have You Eaten This Year?

It’s that time of year again when those of us who are on a diet face one of our greatest challenges- Girl Scout cookies. There is no doubt about it, many of us love and enjoy annual Girl Scout cookies. Being female, I know this is probably true of ladies more so than than it is for the gentlemen. Realize that Girl Scout cookies are not the most low calorie snack food there is. Below you’ll find more information about how you can still enjoy your annual Girl Scout cookies without disrupting your hard work and progress with dieting.

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March 14, 2007

A St. Patrick’s Day Diet

Will You Stick with Your Diet This March 17?

With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, you might be concerned about enjoying the holiday while you’re on a diet. It is certainly possible to enjoy the holiday while on a diet, but it will take a bit of Greek philosophy meets Irish legend. What in all of Dublin could I possibly mean?

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March 10, 2007

Dieting During Pregnancy?

Pregnancy Isn't The Time to Diet

It seems that for many females, dieting is an important part of their lives. In fact, many women diet more than fifty percent of the time, always trying to reach or maintain the "ideal" weight. However, there is a time when dieting to lose weight is never a good idea. For women who are pregnant and breastfeeding, weight loss should never be priority number 1.

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February 24, 2007

Locating Lower Food Options Lower in Calories

Calories are Often Underestimated by Many Dieters

When you’re on a diet sometimes the food options lower in calories can be a saving grace. The problem is many consumers have difficulty recognizing the lower calorie food options of many common foods they eat. If you have trouble locating healthier food options with fewer calories, read more below.

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February 22, 2007

Ever Consider A Registered Dietitian?

Can a Registered Dietitian Help if You are on a Diet?

As a dieter it can be hard to know when you need to seek the help of a registered dietitian or nutritionist. If you’re on a diet and need more information about when you should seek the help of a qualified professional to guide you through weight loss and dieting, read below.

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February 19, 2007

Diet Suggestions to Keep You Focused

Magazine Clippings Can Help If You Are on a Diet

Keeping your diet focused is difficult although it is required for your dieting efforts to be fully successful. It is easy to remain motivated on your very first week of your diet. Most people lose those initial pounds of “water weight” in just a few days. However, it can become difficult to stay motivated when you’re on a diet without some type of visual reminder.

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February 14, 2007

What Vegetables, Fruits, Your Diet and Your Health Have In Common

Eating a Diet Rich in Fruits and Vegetables is Best for Weight Loss and Your Health

In our image-obsessed culture we tend to focus on the aspects of our diet that make us look better such as weight loss and a decreasing waist line. However, it’s definitely important to take into consideration the beneficial aspects that diet can have on our immune system and susceptibility to illness. There are tremendous advantages of having a strong immune system, and it makes sense to have a diet that will contribute to our increased health and well-being.

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February 2, 2007

The Diet Dilemma and Valentine’s Day

Can You Enjoy Valentine’s Day When You’re on a Diet?

When you’re on a diet you probably cringe at the thought of celebrating certain holidays. Valentine’s Day is one such holiday that makes many women accept the fact that perhaps pants with an elastic waistband aren’t so bad after all. Even though you’re on a diet and Valentine’s Day is on our heels doesn’t mean you will have a miserable February 14th this year.

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February 1, 2007

Your Diet and Swimsuit Season

Start a Diet and Fitness Routine Now for This Summer’s Beach Season

If you want to look your best for beach season, now is the time to start planning by making diet and fitness goals. Starting the diet process now can make you less anxious and stressed out once Memorial Day approaches.

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January 31, 2007

Food Substitutions When You’re on a Diet

Revamp Your Diet by Trying Lower-Calorie Options of Your Favorite Foods

When you’re on a diet if you deprive yourself of the foods that you love, it can sometimes backfire and you will end up binging and eating much more. In order to be successful on a diet you need to identify your weak areas and come up with alternatives. Below you’ll find some great substitutions you can make when you are on a diet.

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January 29, 2007

When You’re Striving for Weight Loss, Don’t Risk Your Health in the Process

No Quick Fix for Weight Loss

When you’re serious about weight loss, it is all too easy for your enthusiasm to cause you to try to lose too much weight too quickly. We tend to think that more weight loss is better. There is definitely a limit to how much weight you should be losing. If you keep realistic expectations about how much weight you can lose on a weekly basis, you will not be disappointed or frustrated by trying to lose too much weight in too short a period of time. Weight loss is not worth risking your health unnecessarily, and below you’ll find out helpful tips on losing weight the right “weigh.”

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January 28, 2007

Benefits of Making Your Own Frozen Diet Meals

Frozen Diet Meals Can Be Made at Home for a Fraction of the Cost

If you’re on a diet, you might enjoy eating frozen diet meals by brands such as Weight Watchers and Healthy Choice. There is no doubt that these meals are definitely convenient, however, the meals can quickly become very expensive. Occasionally you might be able to get a good deal by using coupons when you find the meals on sale, but for the most part you are going to have to pay for the convenience that frozen meals provide. What if, though, you can enjoy meals that would be perfect if you’re on a diet, but cost far less than frozen diet meals?

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January 20, 2007

Good Diets Include Vegetables

Diets Should Include Vegetables as a Main Focus

I know that different diets work for different people, but I’m not going to lie. I am a big fan of consuming as many fresh vegetables as possible. When you are considering new diets to try, you would be well advised to pick one that relies on vegetable consumption.

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January 16, 2007

The Diet the Flintstones Would Love

What Can the Stone Age Teach Us about Improving our Diet?

If you’re planning on starting a diet, you might want to take some advice from the book titled “Health Secrets of the Stone Age” written by Dr. Phil Goscienski. The title probably sounds somewhat peculiar to most modern-day dieters used to. Anyone who needs some diet advice might benefit from a bit of Stone Age wisdom. If you plan to start a diet soon and are a former Flintstones fan, you might find the following information beneficial.

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January 7, 2007

Weighing the Pros and Cons of Checking Your Weight Frequently

Teens who are Preoccupied with Weighing Themselves Are at Risk for Eating Disorders

While some recent studies have downplayed the detrimental role that weighing oneself has on weight loss, it turns out that for teen girls frequently weighing themselves can lead to a very poor diet. Teens are impacted much more greatly than adults are by weighing themselves too frequently.

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December 30, 2006

What You Should Know about Diet Drinks

Are Diet Drinks a Good Choice for Dieters?

If you are on a diet or are starting one for the New Year, you might be wondering about whether or not the new diet drinks are a good choice for you. Below you’ll find out both the good and bad of the new diet drinks. When you’re done reading, hopefully you will know if diet drinks are a good option for you.

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December 25, 2006

Christmas Cookies Can Be Hard to Resist

Ideas for Dealing with All Those Christmas Cookies When You’re on a Diet

Christmas is upon us, and if you’re trying to stick to your diet goals at this time of year, it can definitely be hard. Christmas presents many challenges for those of us on a diet, and one obstacle definitely has to be Christmas cookies! Here are some tips for dealing with the Christmas cookie dilemma.

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December 22, 2006

Can Exercise and Dieting Help Osteoporosis?

Why Dieting and Exercise Go Hand in Hand

If you are dieting, you have to keep in mind that exercise is important too. The benefits of proper exercise during dieting don't end at accelerated weight loss and increased muscle mass. Ignoring exercise when dieting can actually be dangerous to your health.

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Dieting and Weight Loss

How Often Should You Weigh Yourself If You Are Dieting?

If you are planning to start dieting once the New Year comes, you might be wondering just how often you should be checking your weight. After all, you will want to be able to gauge your progress, and checking your weight provides an objective measure of just how well your dieting efforts have been.

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December 19, 2006

Following a Diet When You are Traveling by Air

Find Out How to Stick with Your Diet When Traveling This Holiday Season

If you are traveling by plane this holiday season, you might be wondering if you can possibly maintain your diet with the impending threat of airline food. It’s no secret that airline food is not the healthiest food choice, and the high sodium content can leave you feeling thirsty for hours. This year if you are traveling by plane, keep the following tips in mind so you can avoid sabotaging your diet.

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December 18, 2006

Eating Fruit When You’re on a Diet

If You’re on a Diet, You Need to Know about Fruit

If you’re on a diet, you may be eating more fruit in an effort to incorporate more fiber in your diet, or you may rely on fruit for a low-calorie dessert option. Regardless of the reason, if you are eating more fruit as part of your diet, you need to know a little bit about what type of fruit you should eat.

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December 17, 2006

Learn about One Hidden Culprit that Can Sabotage Your Diet

Important Advice for Individuals who are on a Diet

When you’re on a diet, you need to be on the lookout for potential foods or habits that can sabotage your diet. One neglected area that many dieters never even think to consider is the quantity and type of hard candies that they consume. When you are on a diet, there are definitely some hard candies that you will want to avoid or at least limit your consumption of these candies.

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December 11, 2006

Diet and Dessert Can Go Hand In Hand

You Can Have Dessert while on a Diet!

If you are on a diet, you might be wondering whether or not you can have dessert. The answer is an encouraging yes! Individuals on a diet can still enjoy dessert once in a while. If you're wondering exactly how the two can mix, we've got the answers.

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December 9, 2006

Colorectal Cancer and the Western Diet

A Diet High in Meat Can Increase Cancer Risk

It’s been shown that the Western diet, high in saturated fat and meat and low in fiber, has been linked to colorectal cancer. That is good news for dieters. It can provide a healthy direction for individuals to steer their diet towards.

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December 6, 2006

Losing Weight: Are Diet Beverages the Answer?

What Can You Drink When You are Concerned with Losing Weight?

If you're interested in losing weight, you might be wondering if you can drink soft drinks. The answer is, in most cases, no. Consuming high-calorie carbonated beverages that contain high amounts of sugar is not a good idea if you are serious about losing weight. However, that doesn't mean you're destined to drinking nothing but water for the rest of your life.

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November 26, 2006

Advice for Dieters This Holiday Season

Dieters Should Get More Exercise During December

Thanksgiving is a holiday that many people look forward, with dieters being the exception. If you are like many Americans, you probably overindulged on Thursday and maybe even the entire weekend as you were enjoying all the Thanksgiving leftovers. If it sounds a bit too familiar, there are some steps you'll want to take to counteract your overindulgence.

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November 25, 2006

Diet Quality Can Be Measured by a Urinary Potassium Test

Potassium Levels are a Good Indicator of Diet Quality

A new test may enable physicians to better monitor diet quality for their patients. A urine test that measures potassium has the potential to be a very beneficial tool for physicians. Patients who have specific health concerns will certainly benefit from a urine test for potassium but dieters can benefit too. Having an objective measure of diet quality can ensure dieters are successful.

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The Japan Diet by Naomi Moriyama Provides More Than Weight Loss Advice

If You Want to Lose Weight, The Japan Diet Might Provide the Motivation and Advice You Need to Succeed

The Japan Diet provides unique insight into weight loss which lies outside our own understanding and culture. The Japan Diet by Naomi Moriyama just might provide the secret to weight loss for many individuals who have experienced difficulty with dieting and losing weight.

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November 17, 2006

Dieting During the Holidays

Why You Might Want to Abandon Your Dieting This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is coming and if you are dieting you might be worried about how the holiday will affect your dieting efforts. It is hard to escape a major holiday with your waistline intact especially when you are tempted with so many fresh and tasty seasonal foods. For sanity’s sake, you might want to consider abandoning your dieting for just one day.

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November 11, 2006

The Diet Pill Accomplia is Now Available in Mexico

Check with Your Doctor before Taking a Diet Pill

The long-anticipated availability of a diet pill called Acomplia has finally arrived. Acomplia is the trade name for rimonabant. Mexico just approved this diet pill for sale. If you’re thinking about jumping on the Acomplia bandwagon, you may want to think twice.

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November 10, 2006

Dieting in the Mothers of Young Girls

How a Mother’s Dieting Practices Can Affect Her Daughter

Dieting can be a great way to help you achieve your weight loss goals, but it can be a source of negativity if you have children -- especially if you’re female and you have daughters. Daughters who watch their mothers’ frustration with dieting can be more likely to develop eating disorders. If you are the mother of a young daughter, you need to be mindful of your behavior when dieting.

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November 9, 2006

How to Maintain Your Diet after Halloween

Boy, Can It Be Difficult to Maintain Your Diet after Trick-or-Treating

Do you think it is harder to maintain your diet in certain months than it is in others? I’ve found from experience that October is a difficult month to maintain your diet. Maybe it has to do with the trick-or-treating, the candy you bought before Halloween, the candy you have left over from Halloween and the candy you just couldn’t pass up because it was on clearance after Halloween. Heaven help us.

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November 6, 2006

Avoiding Winter Weight Gain

How to Stay Fit and Avoid Winter Weight Gain This Year

With the winter season approaching, it is even more important to maintain daily exercise to avoid the dreaded winter weight gain. During the wintertime, many people gain weight due to less activity. Once Daylight Savings begins and the days get shorter, it gets much harder to maintain a good exercise routine. Here are some tips for avoiding the seemingly unavoidable winter weight gain dilemma.

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October 25, 2006

What Weight Watchers and Diet Failure Have In Common

Why Some Dieters Fail Miserably On The Weight Watchers program

Weight Watchers is a very popular diet program for men and women everywhere. Unfortunately, not all dieters are successful with the Weight Watchers program. While some people may blame Weight Watchers for their diet failures, the blame may lie elsewhere. Understanding why some weight loss programs fail while others succeed is sometimes a matter of looking at ones self.

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October 22, 2006

Can Frozen Diet Dinners Help With Weight Loss?

Will Frozen Diet Dinners Help You Lose Weight?

If you’ve ever struggled with weight loss, you are probably wondering whether or not frozen diet dinners can help you lose weight. You probably see frozen diet dinners every time you walk down the aisle of your grocery store’s frozen aisle. They are neatly arranged in white, red, and green boxes. They can be very tempting too -- but will frozen diet dinners work to help you achieve weight loss?

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October 6, 2006

How You Can Consumer Fewer Calories without Even Missing Them

Easy and Effective Methods of Limiting Caloric Intake

There are many easy ways to reduce the number of calories you consume each day. Many people overindulge and overeat, sometimes without even realizing it. If you are looking for ways to reduce the number of calories you consume without even missing them, read on.

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September 28, 2006

Vegetarian Diets and Weight Management

How a Vegetarian Diet Can Help Your Weight Management Goals

Have you tried all the latest diet crazes in the hopes of finding the perfect weight loss solution? If you have, you’re not alone. A person who is eager to lose weight is vulnerable to trying just about anything. Many people have consumed nothing but cabbage soup or prepackaged, bland-tasting frozen meals for weeks on end in hopes of losing a few pounds of fat. You can certainly achieve all of your weight loss goals with some dedication, but you don’t have to torture yourself to do it. If you haven’t tried it yet, you may want to consider a vegetarian diet to aid your weight loss goals.

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September 19, 2006

Reduced-Fat Foods and Weight Loss

Why Reduced-Fat Foods May Interfere with Your Weight Loss Goals

If you have been trying to lose weight and haven’t been successful, you should take a look at your food choices and the reduced-fat foods you might be consuming. Many dieters think they can lose weight by eating reduced-fat foods, but the marketing trend of such foods is not enough to ensure weight loss, and they may do just the opposite.

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September 5, 2006

Diet Beverages Can Destroy Your Diet

Why You Should Choose Water Over Diet Beverages

If you are currently on a diet, you might want to avoid diet beverages. It might seem illogical to you considering manufacturers use the word “diet” to describe their products, but if you are serious about losing weight you should stick with water. Diet beverages are, unbelievably, not the best choice for individuals who are trying to lose a few extra pounds.

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September 2, 2006

Dairy: The Secret Weight Loss Supplement

What You Should Know Dairy and Weight Loss

Dairy and weight loss may seem incompatible, but new research suggests otherwise. If you’re looking for a great way to lose weight, you just might have been overlooking an important food group. If you’re interested in understanding how dairy can help you meet your weight loss goals, read on…

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August 31, 2006

Good Carbs versus Bad Carbs

How Carbs Became the New Focus in the Battle of Good Versus Evil

It seems as if diets low in carbs are the hottest diet craze and sales of diet books and low-carb prepackaged foods might lead you to think that eating a low-carb diet has always been a healthy choice. It is true that following a low-carb diet can help you lose weight and may reduce the likelihood that you will develop diabetes, but you need to make sure you understand the difference between good carbs and bad carbs.

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August 24, 2006

A Crash Course in Crash Diets

Why Crash Diets are Dangerous

Crash diets are very tempting. When you’ve eaten too much on vacation or during the holidays and have an important function coming up, crash diets can become quite hard to resist. However, the risk may not be worth the lost weight.

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August 19, 2006

What You Need To Know About Health Food

So Who Exactly Put The “Health” In These Health Foods

You’re at the grocery store and your cart is chock-full of health food. You’re pretty proud of yourself. You’ve thrown all of the junk food out of the fridge and the cupboards and you’re on your way to significant weight loss. There’s just one problem... Half of that “health” food there in your cart, isn’t healthy at all.

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August 16, 2006

Why One Meal A Day Won’t Cut It

You Need To Eat At Least Three Meals A Day

“I only eat one meal a day… Why can’t I lose weight? You wouldn’t believe how many times people have asked me this question. My answer to them is a straightforward and honest one. “You can’t lose weight because you’re only eating one meal a day.

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August 13, 2006

Should You Really Cut Out All Fats?

The Lowdown On Fat

I’m surprised at how many people know they need to cut back on fat and actually think that means cutting all fat out of their diet. Unfortunately, if you cut all fat out of your diet, you’re going to be doing more harm to your body than good. If you want to give yourself the best chances of successful weight loss, you need to learn the difference between the good fats and the bad fats.

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August 12, 2006

Do You Count Calories Or Do You Count Carbs?

Carbs Or Calories? Which One Should You Watch?

Time and time again I’ve had people ask me whether it’s more important to watch calories or should they be more concerned with watching carbs. Well, I’ll give you the same answer I’ve given all of them. You need to watch them both.

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August 9, 2006

What Is Obese?

How To Know If You Are Actually Obese

A good majority of people feel they could lose a few pounds and many know they are overweight. However, oftentimes people are surprised to find out that they’re not just overweight – they’re actually obese. Are you obese? If you think obese means you’re so overweight that you can barely move, you’re wrong. You may be obese without even knowing it.

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August 5, 2006

Is Your Child’s Diet Contributing To Your Weight Problem?

What You Feed Your Child May Impact Your Waistline

Many women just can’t understand why they can’t maintain a healthy weight when they really don’t eat all that much. A great deal of these women eat the same exact things their children eat, and that plays a big part of the problem. After all, the metabolism of a thirty-year-old is not the same as the metabolism of a ten-year-old. Is your diet being affected by what your child eats?

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August 4, 2006

Can You Gain Weight Just Looking At Food?

You Can Gain Weight Without Even Taking A Bite

My mother swears she gains a pound every time she just looks at a brownie. We used to laugh at her when she’d say that -- now it seems as though she may have been telling the truth. Think it’s impossible for people to gain weight just by looking at food? Guess again. Studies show it’s not just possible, it’s been scientifically proven!

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August 3, 2006

The Lowdown On Low-Carb Diets

Are Low-Carb Diets Really The Way To Go?

Low-carb diets are all the rage, but are they really a healthy way to lose weight? The answer isn’t a simple yes or no. If you are thinking of pursuing a low-carb lifestyle, there are some things you need to know.

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