As a working mom with three kids at home, mornings are always hectic. Getting everyone up, fed, dressed and out the door takes precision timing and a level of organization that most businesses couldn’t match. And while I insist my children have... Read more
Wonder what 300 calories looks like? 300 calories look drastically different when you're eating in instead of dining out. Choosing healthier, more nutritious foods--at home and away--means you can eat much more food and still lose weight. Check o... Read more
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. After (hopefully) spending eight hours sleeping, breaking your fast with a well-balanced, healthy meal is the best way to start your day. But what if you just don't have e... Read more
Providing your family (or even just yourself) with a hot, nutritious breakfast every morning might sound ideal, but if you're like most people, the chances of that happening on busy weekdays are slim to none. Not anymore! Start your day off right... Read more
You've probably heard this advice before: For a healthy grocery trip, shop the perimeter of the store. Avoiding the middle aisles is a good tactic to help you make great choices and pick the most nutritious foods, but if you stick to this advice... Read more
Hello everyone! I am here to learn how to eat healthier and how to be more physically fit. I am 22 and for all my life, I have not been eating healthy. I want to change that.
For the most part, I do not eat healthy or exercise. I drink a lot of... Read more
Neither is healthy. BMI isn't the best way to measure your health, anyway. My BMI says I'm obese, but I have a lot of muscle because I lift weights. See your doctor and a mental health professional for help dealing with disordered eating patterns.... Read more
I want to begin exercising and wish to do it in the morning, if possible. I know that I should eat breakfast as soon as I get up, or shortly thereafter, but I just can't. I'm trying to change that, but am finding it difficult. That being said, I w... Read more
In healthy moderation. I found myself eating asf this was my one and only chance to eat "bad" foods so much so that now I'm finding it very difficult to go back to my healthy ways. It was so liberating to eat and not think about my every move!... Read more
Dr Mark Hyman says" Research studies say that low blood sugar levels are associated with LOWER overall blood flow to the brain, which means more BAD decisions. To keep your blood sugar stable: Eat a nutritious breakfast with some protein like eggs, p... Read more
A few years ago, when this healthy living stuff was a little newer to me and my weight loss was recent, I was much stricter about what I ate.
Oat bran with plain yogurt and ground flax, salads with no dressing, shirataki noodles, and fat-free dair... Read more
Our daughter spent this past summer serving customers at our local McDonald's. She observed many patrons trying to make healthier choices by selecting oatmeal for breakfast or skipping the fries at dinner. During her work, she helped McDonald'... Read more
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