Many people claim that they don't have time to work out or cook healthy meals, yet they do find the time to park themselves in front of the TV. In fact, the average American watches 31.5 hours of TV per week, according to a 2010 Nielsen report. T... Read more
That white, powdery substance just makes you feel good. You can't get it off your mind, and you keep coming back for more. The more you have it, the more you want it! But even when you try to stay away from it, it finds ways to sneak into your li... Read more
Just like you, the people behind SparkPeople.com try to plan their meals ahead of time so that we're sure to make the healthiest choices possible. Whether we're short on time or just have a craving for our favorite burger joint, we still try... Read more
Do you struggle with cravings and wish you had the will power to cut out certain foods completely? When we work toward a healthy diet, so many of us think that making a list of food culprits and calling them off-limits will help us to succeed. H... Read more
There's more to healthy eating and weight loss than simply tracking your food. How you think about food and respond to hunger, eating cues, and cravings also affect your diet and overall health.
As babies, we ate intuitively: We fussed when... Read more
Feeling discouraged. I let food get the best of be today. I've been really struggling these past two weeks, to believe it's possible for me to lose weight. I feel like I'm meant to be big.... Read more
You should eat real, solid food. Liquid diets are never sustainable in the long term and don't help you learn how to watch your portion sizes when you eat food. All the weight will be back when you stop the liquid diet and go back to solid food.... Read more
I also experience food addiction but know a lot about diet and nutrition having worked in the diet industry (it doesn't work!). I'm 29, no kids, atheist. The mental component of this process is most important to me. Would love to connect!... Read more
I have developed a preference for slightly spicy food.
1st ... because I use less salt when my food is a little spicy.
2nd.. I eat less when the food is slightly spicy.
3rd ... I've heard there are health benefits to eating peppers
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I have discovered that if I make a salad for 10, eat as much as I want, and store the rest in the fridge, I snack on junk less. Having a prepared salad in the fridge makes it easy for me to choose the veggies over the salty/crunchy food I'm craving.... Read more
Last week, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill into law that requires all restaurant chains with more than 20 units in the state to post nutritional information. The law, which will affect more than 17,000 restaurants, begins next yea... Read more
There's more to healthy eating and weight loss than simply tracking your food. The way you think about food, respond to hunger, and deal with cravings also affects your diet and overall health. Look up ''crave'' in the dictionary... Read more
Almost at the 20 week point on my journey. Haven't blogged in a while...really haven't had too much to say! I've been doing a lot of reflecting largely on the old and new me. I can't believe how I used to eat. I just ate anything whenever I wanted to... Read more
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