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Healthy Food Plate Worksheet Resources

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How to Set and Reach SMART Goals

You might be gung-ho about tackling new goals in the New Year, but not so fast! The best way to set yourself up for success is to make sure that your goals are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely. Using these guidelines is a...  Read more

Overcoming Overeating

Why do we eat? We all know why we should be eating: to supply our bodies with plenty of energy to get through the day; to get nutrients like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals which help us to stay healthy and free of disease; and t...  Read more

9 Simple Tricks to Eat Less

Setting a goal (such as losing weight) and implementing steps to reach it (like portion control) are two very different things. When it comes to eating healthier—or eating less for that matter—it isn't always as simple as "just e...  Read more

Strategies for Salad Bar Survival

The infamous salad bar, available everywhere from work cafeterias to family restaurants, can round out a meal with a wholesome side dish, or be a meal all by itself. What could be more healthy and nutritious? Those vegetables and fruits can be loaded...  Read more

Snacking Healthy

While some dieters happily accept when someone suggests a snack, others feel pangs of guilt when a nibble is merely suggested. However, there is nothing inherently wrong with a bite between meals. In fact, snacking might be the missing ingr...  Read more

Have you packed your healthy lunch for work tomorr
Updated 4/14/2015 9:31:09 PM

Have you packed your healthy lunch for work tomorrow? Mine is a soybutter and jelly sandwich, triscuits, cottage cheese and clementines!...  Read more

Eating Healthy or Exercise
Updated 4/16/2015 3:15:26 AM

I just want to see what everyone thought: When you are short on time, is it better to cook a healthy meal or to eat junk and then spend your time exercising? I wanted to ask this question because I have noticed a lot of people feel they can eat wha...  Read more

I had the worst craving today for fast food.. want
Updated 4/14/2015 9:00:20 PM

I had the worst craving today for fast food.. wanted a HUGE burger and fries. Never had a problem with fast food until I had my second child. I'm proud of myself. I thought about what I where I want to be, made a baked potato and sandwich...  Read more

I added all my food in for the day and was over by
Updated 4/14/2015 6:54:05 PM

I added all my food in for the day and was over by 300 calories. I cut my sandwich in half and didn't use salad dressing! Saved enough for two glasses of red wine!! Yes!!...  Read more

Keep hold of your BIG REASON to get healthy. I hav
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Keep hold of your BIG REASON to get healthy. I have a friend who said she'd go to the gym with me, but kept flaking out. Finally I decided I wasn't going to wait for her, and just went alone. Best decision I ever made. I made "gym friends" there!...  Read more

i can't see my plate.....

When you place food on your plate...makes sure you can see your plate....4...  Read more

Time In. Time Out - breaking the missing people EE cycle

30 minute shows actually help me SLOW DOWN. Time meal to begin & end with show. Eating alone & in silence = amplifies the aloneness. I eat faster to be through and out of the silence. Emptiness, missing people cycle that sends me to Emotional Eatin...  Read more

College Students

This group is for college students who are looking to get healthier and need a little support from those in a similar situation...  Read more

Could New Dinnerware Be Your Key to Success?

Control over what goes on our plate is an important but difficult part of weight management. There are a variety of products that can take the guesswork out of portion control as well as everyday items that can be used as portion size visual cues. Ma...  Read more

It Seems Size Really Does Matter

Over the past 50 years the average dinner plate has increased from 9 inches in diameter to between 11 and 12 inches. A two to three inch increase may not seem like a big deal until you understand that increasing the plate size ever so slightly allows...  Read more