Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving Calorie Count

How many calories does it take to induce the average American’s Thanksgiving food coma? About 4500—that’s what the Calorie Control Council estimates most of us consume during our annual holiday feast. If you aren’t up to speed on daily calorie … Continue reading

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Be Thankful For A Healthy Diet on Thanksgiving

During the holidays with all the parties, pies, dinners, desserts, and buffets, your clothes may gradually fit snugger. Before the clock ticks midnight on Dec. 31, you’ve set your sights on weight control and improved fitness. “For most people, self-care … Continue reading

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Your Favorite Foods for A Longer Life

Here is some diet advice you can sink your teeth into: Polishing off more chocolate, nuts, blueberries, and wine can help you live longer, reports a new study in the Journal of Nutrition. Researchers found that people who consumed a … Continue reading

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Slow and Steady Wins The Race

Dieting is never thought of as an easy process. Granted, for most of us, it’s not. The journey is undeniably simple — stick to this food list, consume this many calories, and so on and so forth. Yet execution isn’t … Continue reading

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