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Proven Weight Loss Game Changer: You Are WHEN You Eat, says New Study

The midnight munchies are gaining recognition as a full scale eating disorder. But is a 2:00a.m. scavenger hunt for Haagen Daz really something to panic about? Recent research published in Nature Medicine may suggest that when we eat may actually play just as great of a role in weight gain and obesity as how much we eat – or, perhaps… Read More

The Skim Scam : The Truth about Low-Fat Milk & Weight Loss

Trying to lose weight, avoid heart disease and diabetes? Avoid full-fat dairy products and stick to skim. Says your doctor. Says the nutritionist on that talk show. Says your best friend. Says the latest release of the American dietary guidelines. Says just about everyone you’ve ever met, for as long as you can remember. Until now. Figuring Out Fat A… Read More

The More-Sex-Less-Belly-Fat Superfood You Can Find at the Local Grocery Store

What has the power to majorly stoke your sex drive and metabolism at the same time? According to research, it’s berries. Prized as aphrodisiacs since ancient times, science now has the research to back berries as major boosters of sexual function for both men and women. Numerous studies have also linked these tart treasures with a bushel-load of other major… Read More

Fat Facts You MUST Know to Lose Weight Successfully

Just thirty years ago, we were told that eating any kind of fat was a death-march to weight gain, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attack and disease. Ten years later, we were told that unsaturated fat was good, but saturated fat was a death-march to weight gain, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attack and disease. Ten years after… Read More

One-Pan Balsamic Chicken with Sautéed Veggies

Everything you can ask for: a delicious, quick, easy and healthy weight-loss meal with minimal prep and minimal clean up. This low-carb meal is ideal for serving to a hungry family when coming home late from work, allowing you to prep both the entrée and all the fixin’s in one large pan, wok or skillet. Have all of your ingredients… Read More

Roasted Sweet Potato & Feta Dinner Salad

Naturally sweet while low on the glycemic index, roasted sweet potato not only adds warmth to this meal, but also brings a boost of fat-blasting fiber that fills you up fast and helps to bust cravings. Pumpkin seeds and walnuts are high in hormone-balancing zinc and healthy fatty acids, while feta cheese is pleasantly creamy, high in calcium and protein.… Read More

10 Delicious Low-Cal Food Swaps for the Dishes You Love

Motivated to stick to those weight loss resolutions, but having trouble unsticking to those oh-so-comfy comfort foods? You don’t have to turn away from favorite dishes and flavors when a lot of the not-so-healthy staples can easily be replaced with more wholesome, nutrient-dense and weight-friendly ingredients. Experiment with these 10 healthy food swaps in your old favorite recipes, or let… Read More

Flatten Your Tummy!

Muffin top, love handles, belly bulge, beer gut, spare tire…almost everyone seems to have a pet name for their midsection that not only reveals how unhappy most of us feel about this major focal point on our bodies, but also how common this problem area seems to be for most people. There’s a good reason for this: it’s because most… Read More

Hate to Count & Measure Food? This Diet Strategy is for You!

There are a lot of weight loss eating programs and systems out there, most of which require you to abandon your former care-free ways of eating for a more precise and calculated method of dining. Eating for weight loss can require a lot of advance planning, log tracking, careful counting and food measuring. And while the thought of this often… Read More

Common Smoothie Making Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Diet

Smoothies are the darling of the weight loss world. They’re quick and easy to throw together, are conveniently portable, need minimal prep, require absolutely no cooking skills, can be thrown together on any kind of a budget, allow you to explore your creative side (and allow you to use up all of the left-over fruits and veggies in your kitchen… Read More