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shopping healthy on a budget
They say eating healthy is expensive, but what if you could eat healthy without the high price? Your budget often dictates how you operate, from what you do for entertainment to how to the food you put in your mouth. If you’re strapped for cash, buying healthy food may not seem like a possibility. Most...
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sleep impacts medical weight loss
You’re eating healthy. You’re exercising. But still, you aren’t seeing the weight coming off as you would expect. Instead of sprinting to your goals, you feel like you’re crawling.  If you feel sluggish, tired, and having a hard time losing weight, you may be one of the 1 in 3 American adults who aren’t getting...
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drinks to avoid to lose weight
When it comes to managing weight, keeping a close eye on what you drink is often overlooked. However, beverages can make a meaningful impact on your overall nutrition. In some cases, calories are hidden in drinks that seem healthy. Taking stock of what you drink, and making appropriate changes is a worthwhile step in your...
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Shop Healthy at the grocery store hack
The average American household spends about $4,300 per year at a grocery store. These dollars go towards a wide variety of food and beverages, but have you stopped to think about how we make decisions at supermarkets? Grocery stores are designed with two primary purposes: first, to keep food fresh, and second, to encourage us...
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Intermittent fasting is one of the latest diet trends to sweep across the United States. The diet first became mainstream in 2012, through Dr. Michael Mosley’s BBC documentary Eat Fast, Live Longer, and then gained more traction as a featured component of Dr. Jason Fung’s treatment in The Obesity Code. In a nutshell, intermittent fasting...
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When we hear the word “sugar,” most of us think about candy, cookies, and other sweet foods. While these items are high in the sweet stuff, there are many types of foods that contain sugar. In fact, it’s often challenging for us to know just how much sugar we eat. According to the American Heart...
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If there’s any holiday that revolves around food, it’s Thanksgiving. Each year, millions of Americans gather with family and friends to celebrate the holiday. In many instances, the Thanksgiving meal is a central part of the get-together. While any social eating occasion can make healthy eating challenging, Thanksgiving is especially challenging because of the significant...
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Intuitive eating has gained traction among leading health professionals as a worthwhile approach to living and eating healthfully. First established in 1995 by two registered dietitians, intuitive eating continues to help individuals across the United States as the primary “non-diet” strategy for healthy living. Mindful eating and “health at every size” are two phrases that...
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The spookiest night of the year is also one of the most challenging nights for those of us trying to watch our weight. According to the National Retail Federation, nearly 70% of Americans plan to celebrate Halloween this year. A whopping $2.6 billion is expected to be spent on candy during the holiday. The candy...
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