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Regardless of whether you eat black-eyed peas, sauerkraut or lentils the first day of the New Year, you must first get through three meals and two snacks on New Year’s Eve (NYE). Unless you’re a college student, most of your days are coming to a close by 9pm, but the last day of the year is a game changer.Continue reading...
I did not give more than a passing thought to the next seven years when I dropped and broke a mirror. A ladder blocking my way? Not a problem. SteppingContinue reading...
This year has seen headlines that have had a major impact on the practice and perception of healthy eating and exercise in America. Without any further ado, here are the news stories of 2011 that kept Calorie Count members talking.Continue reading...
With specialty food stores and going organic, eating your best can come at a high price. Luckily, there are tons of actions you can take to not fall into this food trap. It all comes down to planning ahead.Continue reading...
While there is ample coverage of carbs and protein in the media, when it comes to healthy living, fat gets the cold shoulder. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) suggests 20 to 35% of daily calories come from fat with no more than 10% coming from saturated fat.Continue reading...
Do you ever have those days when you feel like a bottomless pit and snack on everything in sight? Me too. I know my body sometimes requires more calories, but I also know sometimes I eat out of sheer boredom. Here’s what I do when I want to ward off those boredom munchies.Continue reading...
Yesterday began what some have come to know as the laziest work week of the year. Notable goings on for many people this week include shopping for after-Christmas deals, planning their New Year’s Eve festivities, and relishing time with kids who are out of school and seeing extended family.Continue reading...
Calorie Count's New Director of Nutrition Rachel Berman shares tips for eating on New Year's Eve.Continue reading...
If you are one of the millions of people who are genetically predisposed to obesity, getting more exercise may help you trump the cards nature has dealt you. A new study suggests that even moderate physical activity can reduce the influence of an obesity-related gene variation by more than one-quarter.Continue reading...
The Jenny Craig program along with Calorie Count has been helping Kdub10s rethink her way of eating as well as monitoring the type of foods she eats. This, along with a positive mindset has helped her lose 52 lbs, and she is now focusing on maintaining her weight lossContinue reading...
Muscle strength and endurance, heart health, and flexibility are a three-pronged approach to many fitness programs, but there’s another element to being healthy that a lot of people miss: balance.Continue reading...
On the days when I am dragging, my dog, Murphy, reminds me that exercise should be fun. Murphy’s energy is contagious, so it makes me look forward to our time together. He gets so excited before we go outside for a walk. Imagine if we all felt that excited before exercise! Here are six reasons why you should work out with your fury friend.Continue reading...
Savvy shoppers watching their caloric intake know that ice cream, pizza, and cookies could push them over their daily limit. But you may be surprised at how foods that have a reputation for being “healthy” pack a surprisingly high amount of calories in a single serving.Continue reading...
Dashing through the halls of the office trying to tie up loose ends, rushing home only to be greeted with an array of household chores, dealing with the car that decided it just had to act up right now, and decking the home withContinue reading...
How much do you really know about what’s in your food? As an editor for EatingWell Magazine, I know quite a bit, which at times can be unsettling. What do I mean? Well, for example, when I first starting reading about bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical used to make certain plastics, including some used to store food and drinks, I was a little freaked. Science suggests that BPA may disrupt hormones and possibly lead to reproductive problems.Continue reading...
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