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Foods That Eat Fat Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Foods That Eat Fat.

Danger Drinks and Healthy Alternatives

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

Low-Fat Versions of Your Favorite Recipes

When you're trying to eat healthier, sometimes your favorite foods go by the wayside. You may think of them with fondly, but avoid them after discovering that they're caloric landmines, "trigger" foods for overeating, or made with a...  Read more

What to Eat to Ban a Bad Mood

Have you ever noticed that you have a little more pep in your step after eating certain foods--and that other foods can leave you feeling mentally and physically awful? You're not imagining things; as it turns out, all food is not created equal w...  Read more

VIDEO: How to Use SparkPeople's Nutrition Feedback Feature

In this video, Coach Nicole explains how to use SparkPeople's Nutrition Feedback feature. Learn how to find your Nutrition Feedback page, how to use the information it provides, and get the most out of your Nutrition Tracker so that you can reach...  Read more

Members Share How They Save Money on Groceries

Most people spend about 10% of their take-home money on food, but it's a misconception that you can't buy quality, healthy foods on a tight budget. SparkPeople members contradict that myth by sharing the many ways they stay healthy and e...  Read more

am I eating enough?
Updated 4/18/2014 3:50:49 PM

I have just recently started eating healthy and being active again. I am 227 5'6 and right now I have a small goal for 60 pounds. I am eating around 1000 calories a day. breakfast lunch and dinner with 2 snacks in between. Lots of fruits, chicken an...  Read more

How many Calories should I eat?
Updated 4/17/2014 1:12:13 PM

Hello. I am wondering how many calories I should for sure consume now that my exercise is connected to my food tracker. Normally (without exercise) I'm 1200-1500 calories. But when I exercise, then it bumps that up by what I burn. For example 1450-17...  Read more

Working out at night and what to eat after
Updated 4/21/2014 2:46:22 PM

Hello I'm trying to lose weight and my only problem is dinner I've been going to the gym eating clean during the day but once night comes I make a bad choice this week I'm starting back up and wanna do it right. I would like to get some help on wha...  Read more

Best foods for recovering from a binge...
Updated 4/16/2014 8:48:05 PM

or series of binges? :( Had four very bad days in a row and I am ready to feel better again. To top things off I am sick (sinus infection) so my body needs to recover from illness as well. I know I need to be drinking lots of water, but are ther...  Read more

Eating at night
Updated 4/16/2014 1:27:15 PM

I am looking for suggestions. My work schedule has changed and now I get a lunch break at 3:45 in the afternoon but don't get off work until 9:30 pm. After riding my bicycle home (a 8 mile trek) I get home at 10:30 at night starved. In the past I wou...  Read more

Hungry all the time?

Constantly eating low fat foods or zero calorie foods can leave you hungry. Low fat food makes the glycemic index of carbohydrates without fat very high, then spikes blood sugar and makes sugar into fat. Eating small amounts of meat, poultry, fi...  Read more

Calorie and Fat Counting

If you can't determine how many calories and fat is in a particular food choice, don't eat it!...  Read more

MISparks

A wonderful group from Michigan who joined sparkpeople in hopes of getting control of their weight and learn to eat healthy. ...  Read more

Have You Tried the Skinny Nut?

A recent report highlighted what we nutrition minded people have known for a while, which is nuts provide good nutrition in a tasty package. Tree nuts in particular provide heart healthy benefits due to their healthy fat source and also provide a goo...  Read more

Poll: Do You Eat 'Fat-Free' Foods or Avoid Them?

I was minding my own business the other day, checking out some of my favorite health and fitness blogs when I stumbled upon a link to a blog post called "Where's the Fat?" by Mark Sisson. I was immediately intrigued."Iíve always been puzzled over the...  Read more