If you spend any time looking at nutrition labels, you’ve probably noticed some intriguing ingredients in sweet foods that are touted as diet-friendly, sugar-free, low-carb, or even formulated for people with diabetes. One ingredient, known as... Read more
If you're concerned about heart health, then you probably take steps to reduce your cholesterol and keep your blood pressure in check. But there's another important measure you should be aware of: your triglycerides. People with high triglyce... Read more
You've been working hard at making healthy changes to your diet and exercising regularly to lose weight. But there's more to weight loss than watching what you eat; the beverages you drink can also affect your progress. Are you sabotaging you... Read more
You walk into your local grocery or convenience store and inevitably stumble upon a sea of energy bars. Feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the plethora of health claims, you quickly buy an eye-catching bar with an appealing flavor. But did you really ge... Read more
If you’re seeking to reduce your caloric intake, then sugar substitutes are worth a look. Sweeteners like sucralose and stevia are 200 to 600 times sweeter than granulated cane sugar, and they contain 0 to 5 calories per 1 g serving. When used... Read more
According to the food swap menu today, i can have 5 oz of shrimp for 140 calories. If each medium shrimp has just under 4 calories each, according to the nutrition label, this would be 37 shrimp!!!! This cant be correct! Need some input on this one!... Read more
I've been a member for a little under 2 weeks now and I had some questions regarding the calorie ranges, exercise, and the BMR calculations. In case the actual figures are needed, I'm nearly sedentary aside from my tracked exercise (and set... Read more
how exactly do you know if you are burning enough? If I still have calories I can consume, I am assuming that means I came in under?
can someone explain the start page calories in/out.
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I've been eating a low calorie eating plan (around 1200 calories per day) for about a year now as part of my weight loss journey. It is the bottom of the range I was given. However, now that I'm 3 pounds away from my goal my weight loss has stalled... Read more
Xylitol is a sugar alcohol. It is approved as a dental supplement, helping to prevent cavities. It has about 1/3 of the calories of sugar and itís sweetness is almost identical - spoon for spoon Ė to sugar. It may have a laxative effect Ė start slo... Read more
For anyone who follows or wants to learn the SB way of eating. Lets be healthy together. SB is recommended by many doctors and dieticians; its good for blood sugar and reducing dietary fat.... Read more
Previously Stepfanie blogged about the new corn syrup ads released by the Corn Refiners Association, which we're seeing as the CRA attempts to make over the public image of high fructose corn syrup. So I thought it would be worthwhile to take a clos... Read more
When you decide it's time to make a change to your diet, one of the first things a lot of people do is switch out the regular soda for diet. It saves on calories and sugar, and can still give you the caffeine boost and beverage variety you're lookin... Read more
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