It can be as frustrating as it is familiar: the achy tightness in your abdomen after you eat, or the sharp pain, bloating and distension you feel after a large meal--or any meal. With so many foods now composed of a multitude of ingredients, it can b... Read more
Juicy tomatoes growing under the Tuscan sun, oranges that burst with life, the steamy warmth of fresh-baked breads—there are several mouth-watering reasons to treat your taste buds to the flavors of the Mediterranean. The food is magnificent!
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Quick, what’s the difference between a dream and a goal?
Any goal-setting guru will tell you that goals are dreams that you write down and track. Why? By writing down your goals, you're creating a "to do" list for your life,... Read more
Finally-- here it is. You have been waiting to hear these words for years. The key to establishing life-long healthy habits! It's not a shake, a supplement, or an exercise gizmo. You have it already- right at your fingertips."I feel the most imp... Read more
Finally-- here it is. You have been waiting to hear these words for years...or at least as long the zipper on your skinny jeans hasn't budged. The key to weight loss success! It's not a shake, a supplement, or an exercise gizmo. You have it a... Read more
Oops, never mind. Fixed it!
I was doing some updating and must have clicked on something I shouldn't have. When I go to my food tracker, all of my daily plans are gone. It now asks me to input all of my food myself. How do I fix this?
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I am new here and I was really shock to see that the daily goal given here is 1800-2150 cal because currently I'm eating 1420 for quite sometime after dieting and I maintain my weight at 1420. So I'm wondering if 1800-2150 cal is too much and I will... Read more
Is there any way to turn off the additional calories added when I track exercise? I feel that I'm eating too much because the calories burned aren't accurate. I spoke with a couple of trainers at the gym and they told me to ignore the calories burn... Read more
I have taught myself that if I don't know the calorie count of something I want to eat. I don't eat it. I keep a daily food log along with calories and protein. If I can't find out the calories it doesn't go into my mouth. It's working so far... Read more
Daily food journals are key to staying on track with healthy eating and keeping within calorie targets. Online tools are easy to click click click, but pen and paper keep you more mindful and accountable. Find and print a template you like, and write... Read more
"The Biggest Loser" is a television show that's gained increasing popularity over the last few years. Contestants lose astounding amounts of weight in a relatively short period of time, inspiring others who watch the show to try and follow in their... Read more
Many of us have come to appreciate one of the most valuable tools in our arsenal to lose weight and reclaim our health and that is by keeping a food journal. Tracking calories and nutrients allows us to become more aware of our food intake, portions,... Read more
First, I'm really annoyed because all the other stuff that I spent typing just disappeared.... my Sparkpage reloaded I guess... *sigh*... But beside that, I read an article that was talking about keeping a food journal. I guess in my mind I figured a... Read more
Okay here's my idea. I love Sparkpeople but I hate measuring foods and counting calories. It's too time consuming and I am too busy to let this consume my life! I will be posting a daily blog about what I am eating. I know this will probably be annoy... Read more
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