We spend more money and waste more calories by dining out than ever before. The US Department of Agriculture estimates that we eat 29% of our meals away from home. And the National Restaurant Association says that these meals take up 44% of our food... Read more
Work. It's where most of us spend the majority of our weeks. While that realization can be somewhat depressing, it also shows how your habits at work have a huge effect on your weight-loss goals. Sure, the office can be full of temptation--whethe... Read more
Sushi, in its traditional form, is rice and fish, which makes it a light and lean meal option. However, as sushi's popularity proliferated in the West, some of its health benefits were lost in translation. All-you-can-eat sushi, deep-fried rolls,... Read more
The hottest restaurants, the best museums, the latest trends: City living puts the good life at your fingertips. But with those perks often come long commutes, even longer work hours, cramped living quarters, and hectic schedules, all of which can ma... Read more
When was the last time you ate naked? No, I’m not talking about that pizza you ate in bed last weekend, so please put your pants back on.
I’m talking about whipping up lunch or dinner without condiments, sauces or the other extras we... Read more
What's in your lunchbox? I need ideas for healthy delicious meals to bring for lunch. I constantly find my self eating out on lunch. I am really trying to turn around my health any input would be great! Thanks!... Read more
First day charting. Started making healthier choices 13 days ago and down 11lbs. I've definately done this faster with diets, but this time it's a life and attitude change so I'm pleased with the start I've made.... Read more
1. Two slices of extra-lean sliced turkey rolled into a whole wheat tortilla with mustard.
2. Five carrot strips dipped in 2 tablespoons of light guacamole.
3. Two ounces of baked chicken breast sliced over a bed of lettuce with lite dressing dri... Read more
I'm a 21 y/o woman, and I would generally consider myself to be in good shape, but I struggle with emotional/boredom eating. I figured that finding a supportive community of like-minded people could be just what I need to help... Read more
Good news!My mom liked last healthy meals i prepared n when she sees me insisting on not eating out of my way n i be upset when unhealthy stuff comes into the house,to make me happy she refuses them too:) I knew i will win.But still working on it!... Read more
Most chain restaurants have nutritional information on their website. However, I often eat at local establishments and before I do, I consult this website: http://www.helpguide.org/life/fast_food_nu trition.htmIt gives excellent suggestions on w... Read more
When it comes to the healthfulness of menu items and information shared by restaurants, just think about how far we've come in just the last decade. Nutrition facts for most restaurant foods are available not just online, but on menu boards in ma... Read more
Each time you turn around your box of cereal to read the nutrition label, you have Dr. David Kessler to thank. When your orange juice carton says "fresh," you can trust that it wasn't made from concentrate, thanks to Dr. Kessler. And now, when you op... Read more
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