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
Conniving. Manipulative. Scheming. I’m not talking about your ex; I’m talking about your grocery store. On your next trip, be prepared to fight back against the tactics most supermarket chains use to get you to spend more money on "e... Read more
I’m not sure when it was that I first heard about hot yoga, but I just assumed that it was one of those passing exercise fads. Only…I kept hearing about it. My friends were raving about it. Then my sister became a convert and told me tha... Read more
For two years I was a sex-ed teacher. One of my favorite subjects to teach was puberty, which required me to ever-so-gingerly reveal the story of the birds and the bees to a room full of red-faced fourth graders. Over the course of three days, I&rsqu... Read more
We spend more money and waste more calories by dining out than ever before. The US Department of Agriculture estimates that we eat 29% of our meals away from home. And the National Restaurant Association says that these meals take up 44% of our food... Read more
The morning was calm,then it started raining Food.LOL I love my friends!When they know what I eat &what I don't,I love them even more cause they prepared my dish as works for me :) Chill out!I did workout this morning, going to walk again in 20 mins!... Read more
I have stubbornly refused to track my food, but this site/app makes it so easy and I am holding myself accountable, yay! We had food at work today and I was able to only take a spoonful of what I wanted to try, so I could save for dinner... Read more
Thank yew, thank yew! We've done shopping now, so I have a lot more food options, so I can try some of your ideas. However, blueberries and strawberries are hard to get right now without getting them in syrup. Btw, my profile is now up.... Read more
A Spark friend added to her "favorites" non-food items to make the nutrition tracker more useful, e.g., "Skipped Meal," "Boredom." The system enters zeroes for nutrients, etc. She enters together her foods and moods for the day for an at-a-glance... Read more
Each time you are about to give in to a craving, put the couple bucks you would've spent on it in a jar, focus on a specific, non-food item you really want, but don't feel you can afford (new running shoes? tickets to a concert?) You want that way mo... Read more
A couple of years ago, my grandparents sold their second home, which meant they suddenly had an extra home full of stuff to give away or sell. Among the nifty items that became mine were a German cuckoo clock, a rocking chair, a decade's worth of... 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
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