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Why That Healthy Meal Is Making You Fat

Think You shun junk food, eat balanced meals, and never miss a spin class. So why are you gaining weight?


Look to your food portions, says a recent study published in the International Journal of Obesity.


Study authors showed 186 people various foods such as cereal, beverages, and coleslaw, labeling them "healthier" or "standard" (although both versions were of equal calories), then asked them to serve themselves an appropriate portion. They found that not only did people assume that "healthy" equaled "less caloric", they served themselves heftier servings of the "healthy" foods, and felt less guilty about how much they ate.

"People tend to overeat foods labeled 'healthy,' or 'organic' because they assume that those foods won't cause weight gain," says David Grotto, RDN, author of The Best Things You Can Eat. "We call that the 'Health Halo', meaning, there are certain categories or types of food that we give ourselves unconditional permission to eat. The problem is, this mind frame leads to consuming larger portions and weight gain."

Keeping portion sizes in check is a tough habit to maintain. From the time we're kids, we're taught to "finish our plates" so we often keep eating even when we're full. What's more, in our 24/7 society, people tend to cram large portions on their plates, subconsciously believing that they have to eat as much as they can in limited time. And lastly, many people don't have a clue as to how much food they should be eating in the first place. Try these tricks for keeping your healthy meal under control.

Make your salad darker: Just because lettuce is green, doesn't mean it's the healthiest choice. When building a salad, opt for the darkest leaves available. The reason: They absorb more light and synthesize more vitamins, according to a study conducted by Zhejiang University in China.

Select smaller plates: You may feel like you're eating at the kid's table but eating off a tiny plate tricks your mind into thinking you have a significant amount of food, says Grotto. One study conducted at Cornell University found that when kids were given larger bowls, they consumed 16 percent more cereal than those with smaller bowls. At the same time, those who ate more also believed they consumed less than they actually did.

Throw mushrooms in your omelet: Opting for mushrooms instead of sausage in your morning omelet can fill you up without filling you out. Research published in a recent issue of the FASEB Journal found that when overweight men and women substituted white button mushrooms for meat, they effectively maintained their weight.

Drink from tall glasses: You'll drink 19 percent less if you swap short, wide glasses for tall, skinny ones, according to research published in the Journal of Consumer Research. It may have to do with the fact that people's brains tend to zero in on an object's height, so tall glasses seem fuller than they actually are.

Give your fork a rest: "It's very counter-intuitive but putting your fork down on the table in between bites will force to you eat slower," says Grotto. "Doing so will allow your body to release a hormone called leptin that signals to the brain that you've had enough food."

Eat more fat: "Fat shouldn't be feared because it contains a satiating component," says Grotto. And while it's generally better to opt for unsaturated fats (avocado, nuts) over saturated fats (butter, dairy, steak), Grotto says that sprinkling small amounts of unhealthy fats such as crumbled bacon over a salad or in soup can help fill you up faster so you don't overeat.

And when in doubt about how much to eat, consult this cheat sheet for common serving size terms, according to EatRight.org (formally the American Dietary Association).


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DR. OZ SAYS…..
What's not to love about the single best thing you can do for your health? The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other makes you healthier, gives you more energy, and makes you younger. Plus, doing it lets you talk with friends, think through problems, and see what's new in the neighborhood. And if you happen to have some new walking gear, walking lets you show it off.
That's just the beginning. Check out a few other great things walking does for you:
1. Fends off the #1 killer: Regular walkers have fewer heart attacks and strokes, have lower blood pressure, and have higher levels of healthy HDL cholesterol than couch sitters do. In one study of women, a regular walking program did just as much in the heart-protection department as more vigorous exercise did.
2. Changes your RealAge -- pronto: As little as 90 days after starting a regular walking program, its age-reducing effects can be measured. Find out your RealAge now.
3. Dims your chances of diabetes: Thirty minutes of walking a day makes your muscles more sensitive to insulin. That allows glucose to do its duty inside your cells rather than pile up in your bloodstream (that's what happens when you have diabetes) and cause other havoc.
4. Helps you kick the habit: Taking a daily 30-minute walk is one of the keys to the success of our YOU Can Quit plan. Even just a 5-minute walk cuts down on cigarette cravings -- it engages your brain's emotion centers, unleashing mood-enhancing hormones that decrease cravings and take your mind off that cigarette. And establishing a walking habit proves to you that you have the discipline to stick with your stop-smoking plan.
5. Slims you down: Burn more calories than you eat, and -- voila! You're wearing one-size-smaller clothes (find out just how many calories walking torches). Plus, walking can help squelch chocolate cravings and nix the stress and anxiety that often lead to overeating.
6. Keeps you sharp: Physical activity nourishes brain tissue and stimulates its production of neurons, synapses, and blood vessels. Some studies have found that walking can counter faltering memories in people over age 50.
7. Reduces stress: Anyone who has come back from a walk in a different frame of mind than they went out with can attest to this. Studies back up that walking benefits your mood -- and may even ward off depression and anxiety.
8. Revs up your energy: Not only can a walk perk you up when you need it, but also it helps improve the quality of your sleep, so you're more energetic all day long.
9. Boosts your immune system: Walking regularly can lower your risk of arthritis, macular degeneration, and even cancer by an astonishing 50% compared with people who don't exercise.
10. Keeps you going: Walking has the highest compliance rate of any exercise. Make your routine bulletproof: Get a buddy.


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Anti-Aging Foods: Eat These 7 Items To Help You Look And Feel Younger

The U.S. market for anti-aging products -- estimated at about $80 billion -- is expected to climb to more than $114 billion by 2015. But perhaps midlifers who have that "forever young" mindset should save their money. Experts say you can eat your way to a younger, healthier you. In general, you should replace fattening starches with whole grains and cover at least half your plate with fruits and vegetables.
Here are seven foods that experts say could make you look and feel 10 years younger. What do you think? Let us know in comments.

1) Oranges
Just one orange a day can help you feel younger. Not only is this delicious fruit packed with vitamin C, but it also boasts skin-firming collagen.

2) Broccoli
Just a half-cup of broccoli a day can make you feel energized while also boosting your immune system. Why? Because broccoli contains more than 2/3 of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. Broccoli also has the nutrient sulforaphane, which helps with liver detoxification.

3) Low-fat yogurt
Low-fat yogurt provides the calcium and phosphorus that can boost tooth enamel, which will make your smile even brighter. In addition, yogurt's probiotics and help with digestion so that you are less constipated.

4) Bell peppers
Bell peppers are chock-full of antioxidants, especially the brightly colored red, yellow and orange ones. Indeed, these peppers can boost immune function, ward off sun damage and even reduce your risk of several types of cancer.

5) Berries
All types of berries are good for you -- cranberries, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries -- but the darker ones are the best as they usually have the highest concentration of antioxidants. Berries also have a lot of vitamin C, which is good for your skin.

6) Sweet potatoes
Sweet potatoes offer an abundance of benefits, everything from antioxidants to anti-inflammatory agents. They also have vitamins A, C and E, which can help you maintain a lovely complexion and beautiful hair.

7) Carrots
Carrots pack a lot of beta-carotene, which not only helps with skin-cell renewal, but acts as a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants are great for getting rid of free radicals that can make your skin age faster.


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Sitting Still is NOT GOOD...

Sitting might be killing you, even if you get in a daily dose of moderate or intense exercise. Research is mounting that hours of sitting is its own health-risk factor.
Sitting Still Risks Found
• Sitting Raises Risk of Type II Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, and Early Death: A compendium of studies published in 2012 found that sitting for long periods raised the relative risk of type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease over 100%; the association was strongest for diabetes. The studies found this effect regardless of whether the sitter got the recommended amount of moderate and vigorous intensity exercise the rest of the day.
• Sitting Slows Metabolism: Dr. Marc T. Hamilton says research shows that fat-burning is slowed by prolonged sitting, so you burn less fat when you finally get up and exercise. "Sitting time and non-exercise activity have been linked in epidemiological studies to rates of metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease," Dr. Hamilton concludes.

• Sitting Increases Diabetes Risk in Women: A study found that the more sitting hours per day reported by women over age 40, the more their markers of insulin resistance and inflammation were increased. This points to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This was true whether or not they got moderate exercise each day.

• Two-Minute Walk Breaks Improve Glucose Control and Insulin Response: Breaking up sitting time with two-minute walk breaks every 20 minutes improved the body's response to a meal by 30% in a 2012 study. The study simulated an office environment with middle-aged, overweight people. Walking at light or moderate intensity for two minutes after each 20 minutes of sitting helped maintain glucose control and insulin response. There may be good benefits in developing habits of getting up more frequently during the workday and at home while video gaming, watching television or using the computer.

• Screen Time Is a Health Risk: Two hours a day of sitting in front of the TV or computer may double your risk of a heart attack or other cardiac event. Four hours a day of screen time increases your risk of death by any cause by 50%, according to findings of a study of more than 4,500 middle-aged men in Scotland.

• Sit More-Die Younger: The American Cancer Society's Cancer II study of more than 100,000 healthy people tracked since 1992 found that women who sit for more than six hours during their leisure time each day had a 37% greater chance of death than women who sat for three hours or less. Men had an 18% greater chance of death. This finding was independent of whether the people got in a good dose of exercise each day. However, the good news is that those who also got exercise had a lower risk of death than those who didn't—just not enough to overcome the presumed effects of the sitting hours.

• Sounding the Alarm About Sitting: An editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine concluded that "recent observational studies have suggested that prolonged bouts of sitting time and lack of whole-body muscular movement are strongly associated with obesity, abnormal glucose metabolism, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease risk and cancer, as well as total mortality independent of moderate to vigorous-intensity physical activity," say the authors.
Decreasing Sitting Time
Decrease the amount of time you sit still throughout the day by using these tactics:
• Wear a pedometer: Aim not only to increase your total daily steps gradually to 10,000 steps per day, but also to log 500 steps per hour to ensure you are not sitting still for long periods of time.

• Activity monitors and apps with sitting time alerts: Some activity monitors and apps can be set to alert you when you've been inactive too long.

• Screen Alerts: Those with computer-based jobs may want to install a program, such as RSIGuard, that pops up to alert them to move around each hour. For those tied to the cubicle, this can mean standing and walking in place, desk stretches, pacing while on the phone, etc.

• Treadmill Desk: Build or buy a treadmill desk so you can walk slowly while working on the computer, reading, gaming or watching videos.

• Switch to Active Video Games: Rather than play sitting-based computer games, switch to a Wii or other gaming device that includes active games that have you standing and moving.

• Walk on Your Breaks: Use your break and lunch times to get in a brisk walk.


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Can you Motivate yourself to Workout???

As awesome as a great workout can feel, it's hard to magic up the motivation to make it happen some days. But new research suggests you should power through, even if you're not 100 percent feeling it.

Even "forced" exercise can help protect against anxiety and stress, according to a study from the University of Colorado at Boulder. So essentially, dragging yourself to the gym is just as beneficial to your Zen levels as going voluntarily. "Sometimes, you just have to bite the bullet and push yourself to work out, even if you're feeling less than inspired," says Wendy Larkin, master trainer at Crunch San Francisco. "I have to force myself to go on a run every Sunday, but after I do, I feel better, my mood is better and I sleep better."

Need a little help getting off the couch? Re-read this and get moving.

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Bout time someone said how it is... You Go Girl... : ]

My Skinny Team - This is how we all need to look at ourselves !!

Mo’Nique Discusses Dramatic Weight Loss Since ‘Precious’: ‘I Was a Food Junkie’


Mo'Nique after (From Twitter) Mo'Nique before (Photo: WireImage)Mo'Nique is serious these days about taking care of her health, and in a new radio interview, she's revealing some of the secrets behind her workout routine and new svelte figure.
The 45-year-old actress and comedienne, who won the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award in 2010 for her role in "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," sat down this week with The Cipha Sounds & Rosenberg Show on New York radio station Hot 97 FM for a long-ranging half-hour interview, in which she discussed topics ranging from Charles Ramsey to Iyanla Vanzant. But the story behind her dramatic weight loss is what's turning heads.
Mo'Nique has been tweeting her daily workouts, most days posting snapshots of her odometer once it has logged her minimum "10,000 steps," along with various other fitness activities. She explained to the show hosts that the reason why she's been documenting her journey is to be an inspiration to others.
"I tweet every morning, my workouts," she began. "Because I want women to see - especially us big women - that you don’t have to let them cut you and suck it out, you don't have to let them staple you up, you don't have to let them give you a pill, you don't have to let them put a band around your organs. If you put the work in, baby, I promise you, it comes off."
And come off, it has! "The weight right now, when I got on a scale two weeks ago, was 218," she continued. "My goal is between 190 and 200."
"What were you before?" co-host K. Foxx then asked Mo'Nique.
"Well now, you see K … what I was before was … when my husband asked me I said, '262,' but I don't actually know if that was the right number. That was the weight that I had a year prior to him asking me that. But when I watch reruns of 'The Parkers,' I know I was tipping 300."
"And how do you feel?" K asked.
"I am the best Mo'Nique I've ever been in my life right now. And I still have a ways to go. But I feel amazing sis."
Mo'Nique added that she's proud of herself and believes she has never looked this good in her life before. And while she emphasizes that she always felt in the past that she was a big and beautiful woman, she says it is her husband who caused her to step back and look at the damage she was causing to her body (due to her weight).
"It made me say (to myself), 'OK sis, you got these babies. The twins are 7, (stepson) Michael's 9, Shalon's 22.' And I want to meet their babies. So, I said, 'Let me stop being selfish, and eating everything.' And I ate everything … I was a food junkie."
And it looks from these pictures like she's doing quite well on her way to recovery!


Edited by: RAYNELOGAN at: 5/16/2013 (10:49)
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Wow. Thanks Rayne. I did not know that.

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Did You Know:

That when you use Corn Starch to thicken sauces, you have to mix it with cold water before adding to your hot sauce? Otherwise it clumps up and is terrible. You also have to stir it in quickly. I found this out a few years ago the hard way. I love the silky thickness it gives to sauces and stews and a tablespoon goes a long way (1TBS starch & 2 or 3 TBS COLD water)

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Walking IS good for you - Lets see what the Mayo Clinic has to say about it.

Know the benefits

Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life.

For example, regular brisk walking can help you:
Maintain a healthy weight
Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes
Strengthen your bones
Lift your mood
Improve your balance and coordination

The faster, farther and more frequently you walk, the greater the benefit.


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I bought little snack size bags by mistake instead of zip lock sandwich bags. They turned out to be a wonderful mistake. They are perfect for correct portion-size snacks. I can't put extra in like I could a sandwich bag.

To get my water in, I use a 24 ounce sports bottle. I fill it before I leave my house. I usually refill it before I leave my clients house, so if I have 2 clients in a day, I'm getting 72 ounces of water minimum. I usually have at least one more once I get home, but usually 2, so I get at least 96 ounces of water a day w/o realizing that I'm drinking that much. Funny thing is, the more I drink, the more I want!

I very rarely cook more than 3 servings of meat for dinner. I will have one, my husband will have one, and he will take the other one for lunch the next day. He will fix it before I am even done eating so I'm not tempted to eat extra. I'm usually eating my lunch on the way from one client to another, so I bring a turkey sandwich.


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I'll start - These are all good advice and pretty easy to do and make into habits emoticon

Do These 9 Things in Your Kitchen to Lose Weight

The kitchen is the heart of the home, but it's also the place that can make or break you on the weight loss front. If you're on a quest to slim down, do these nine things in your kitchen.
• Make fruits as accessible as a bag of chips: Wash, cut up, and store fruits such as grapes, melon, kiwi, pineapple, and apples in reusable containers in the fridge so they're easy to grab. Make sure they're right up front at eye level so they're the first thing you see when you open the fridge door.

• Prepare a big container of salad: Having a salad before dinner is a great way to fill you up so you eat less of the main course, but preparing a salad every night takes so much time that it's tempting to skip out. Ensure you get a bowl of greens every night by making an enormous bowl of salad at the beginning of the week. You're sure to eat a salad with dinner if it's already made - just scoop out a bowl, top with vinaigrette, and enjoy.

• Have measuring cups and spoons on the counter: Measuring your food will keep portions in check since overestimating serving sizes is a huge reason people don't lose weight. Seeing measuring spoons and cups on your kitchen counter will be a visual reminder not to forget to use them.

• Pre-make snack packs: You know what happens when you eat chips or crackers out of the box - you practically end up polishing off the entire package! Take your favorite healthy snacks such as mixed nuts, popcorn, cheese, and fresh fruit, grab some Ziploc baggies, and make some 100-calorie or 150-calorie snack packs you can keep in your cupboard or fridge.
• Ditch the unhealthy foods: Your hubby and kids might be fans of an occasional can of soda, bowl of cookie dough ice cream, or Hershey's Kiss, but if those foods are within your reach, you're bound to crave them. Throw out or give away the junk because if it's not in your kitchen, you can't be tempted to eat it.

• Use smaller-sized plates: When we prepare a plate of food, we feel the need to fill it up completely. If you start out with a smaller-sized salad plate, there's only so much you can pile on, so you'll end up consuming fewer calories.

• Freeze fruits and veggies: Buy larger bags of fruits and veggies at the store and wash, cut, and store them in baggies in the freezer. You'll not only save money when you buy in bulk, but you'll also have them on hand to add to your smoothies, yogurt, pasta dishes, soups, and omelets.

• Double or even triple the recipe: Whether you're making soup, roasted veggies, pasta, or something else for dinner, don't just make enough for one meal. Package the leftovers in containers you can easily grab for the next few days' meals. If your lunch or dinner is already prepared, you won't have to resort to unhealthy takeout or Fast Food.

• Put food away before you sit down to eat: After you've cooked up an amazing dinner, serve yourself an appropriate serving size and then wrap it up and put it in the fridge. If you leave it out, you're more likely to go back for unnecessary seconds or thirds. Out of sight means off your hips.


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