Does seeing the wrong number on the scale make you crazy? Many people find that a “bad” weigh-in ruins their mood and saps their motivation, making it difficult to keep doing what they know they need to do.
Things don’t need to... Read more
In our high-tech, fitness-focused world, wearable exercise trackers have become as common a sight as watches (and, in many cases, they are watches). This might have you wondering: What's the widespread appeal?
In a word, accountability... Read more
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In this video, Coach Nicole explains how to use your Fitness Tracker. Learn how to find your free, customized Exercise Tracker and Workout plans, track your fitness minutes on the s... Read more
Welcome to SparkPeople, America's most active weight-loss and healthy living website! This article will introduce you to all of the SparkPeople features that can help adults manage type 2 diabetes, including our Spark*D Diabetes Management Progra... Read more
Welcome to SparkPeople, America's most active weight-loss and healthy living website! This article will introduce you to all of the SparkPeople features that can help adults manage type 1 diabetes, including our Spark*D Diabetes Management Progra... Read more
This came up on another thread ("How can humans eat grass?"), but I don't want to hijack that one any further than I already have, so -
What foods can be collected from the wild (including one's backyard), and what foods has anyone here collecte... Read more
There are no bad foods. But there are foods which are not good for me to have in the house.
Found an old bag of peanut butter cups. Should have thrown away, but l didn't. Sigh. The rest are getting thrown away!... Read more
So over the years I changed my nutrition goals (calories, fat, carbs, protein). How does this get calculated by Sparkpeople and can someone give me the default setting goals? I think I need to readjust!
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I am going to try avoiding 'cellophane' food...that is food that comes out of bag, when snacking...and for the rest of the month, no desserts for a snack. A little over a week. Let's see how that feels.... Read more
I use the nutrition tracker, and SP's meal plans. If you do the same, or plan your own meals using the nutrition tracker, use Print Grocery list, and copy and paste it into a spreadsheet to edit and organize the list to your liking. Great for staying... Read more
I learned this from my husband. If you just can't stand not weighing every day (like me), keep a five or ten day average. Even though my weight fluctuates, the average goes down every day as long as I stick with my exercise and eating program.... Read more
Hello, SparkPeople Members!First, thanks a bunch for all of the great comments about my chickens last week! I thought this would be a fun way to share part of the healthy lifestyle we're trying to lead, thanks to my wife who initiated this projec... Read more
Many of you may recall in my previous dailySpark blogs I am not a tech junkie. In fact I know just enough to keep me ahead of the curve, but not so much that I could dare pass a test on all the different features my iPhone has. However when I was giv... Read more
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