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Trying to Lose Weight? Don’t Miss A Meal!

When you’re trying to lose weight, being told you should eat more seems counter-productive. But it’s really the frequency you need to increase, not the calories. For example, a recent Harvard study found that those who ate breakfast regularly…
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The Psychology of Weight Loss

How many times has this scenario played out? It’s January. You make the resolution to eat less, exercise more and finally lose that weight — once and for all. You start out on a path to success, but after a few months, weeks or even days,…

Resolutions You Can Live With

It’s such a cliché to say your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, right? Yet most of us have that at the top of the list! The only problem is sticking to it. Resolve to make this your year to make your resolutions really happen! Here’s…

For Successful Weight Loss, It’s Mind Over Munching

Many people start a weight loss program gung-ho, ruthlessly slashing calories, skipping meals and living on carrots and diet soda. By week two, this cold-turkey approach starts to wear on your resolve — not to mention your health and energy.…
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5 Ways to Rein in Holiday Weight Gain

While the holidays aren’t the best time to kick off a weight loss program, you certainly can hold steady — and still enjoy the goodies the season has to offer. Just follow five simple “rein-it-in-dear rules” and you’ll be able to…
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Send Winter Pounds Packing

Winter cold doesn’t mean you have to put exercise on ice. While snuggling on the couch with a cozy blanket, a plate of cookies and a steaming mug of cocoa may sound like the idyllic winter scene, it won’t look so pretty next spring when…