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Where To Buy Food Dye Resources

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How to Pick a Healthy Breakfast Cereal

Diet advice is everywhere—in the newspaper, the new government guidelines, and on the SparkPeople site. "Limit sweets, cut down on sugary foods, and decrease consumption of refined carbohydrates," it says. So, bold words like &quo...  Read more

10 Fake Foods You're Probably Eating

As we race against the clock in our overscheduled, fast-paced world, convenience often trumps common sense. Although we know that processed foods probably aren't the best choice for our health, we assume they're a necessary evil—and if...  Read more

Ditch the Winter Itch

If you've ever scratched your arm or leg and left a trail of white flakes (who hasn't?), then you’ve seen the effects of dry skin. While uncomfortable, dry skin usually isn’t "serious," but it can make a formerly-smooth...  Read more

Smart Ways to Pick and Choose Your Processed Foods

In healthy eating terms, "processed" is treated like a four-letter word. The general rule of thumb is to steer clear of foods in that category—but what exactly qualifies? Are all processed food as evil as we're led to believe, or...  Read more

Wild or Farmed Fish: What's Better?

These days, an increasing number of health-conscious consumers are choosing to eat fish for its heart-healthy benefits. The American Heart Association recommends that adults eat fish twice a week to meet their needs for omega-3 fatty acids, but how d...  Read more

I bought a scale today and the number was 30lbs more than what the scale at the gym read 2 days ago.
Updated 8/25/2016 5:18:34 PM

I bought a scale today and the number was 30lbs more than what the scale at the gym read 2 days ago. I could understand 2-3 lbs different but 30!!! Looks like I have a lot more work to do than I thought. 😞 #weightcheck...  Read more

Why is it that sometimes I find a food, like pickl
Updated 8/25/2016 4:00:19 PM

Why is it that sometimes I find a food, like pickles, that the jar says have zero calories, but I have to look at five or six entries on the food tracker before I find one that says the right amount? A lot say 5cal but the jar says none?? Just odd...  Read more

What's your favorite high protein low carb food? I
Updated 8/25/2016 2:52:30 PM

What's your favorite high protein low carb food? I'm getting bored!...  Read more

Create a Diet Based on the Food I Have Available?
Updated 8/25/2016 6:47:41 PM

Does anyone know of an app/website/whatever that creates a diet for you based on the food you have available to you? Basically, I'm a fly-in-fly-out worker, so for 16 days straight out of every 28 I live on a camp and am stuck with the food that...  Read more

Filling Foods?
Updated 8/25/2016 12:02:46 PM

I snack constantly throughout the day and I've done some research and found that fiber rich foods as well as foods with high water content will make you feel more full so that you don't snack as much. So question is what healthy foods can I snack on...  Read more

Laundry Detergent

I save a ton of money by making my own laundry detergent - plus, no dyes or scents (I'm sensitive to them)....  Read more

New Wardrobe at unbelievable prices.

Buy good clothes on sale rather than cheap clothes. When summer clearances are on don't hesitate to buy white, you can dye it whatever color you want. And you'll probably have the only one of it's kind in the world....  Read more

Spark Bookworms

For all of us SparkPeople who love to read! Do you have a book in your car and at your bedside? A huge TBR pile? Can't resist buying books? You're a Bookworm!...  Read more

D.I.Y. Natural Easter Egg Dyes

A symbol of rebirth and renewal, eggs are closely associated with spring and Easter. Dyeing these iconic orbs is a popular spring pastime that yields a beautiful decoration, protein-packed treat.With so many people interested in making their own heal...  Read more

Go Nuts for Walnuts!

I grew up with a native black walnut tree in my back yard. Its ugly green corrugated round fruit would ripen and eventually fall in our yard each year serving as a routine lawn-mowing hazard. My brothers liked to use them to practice their baseball p...  Read more