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The Calorie Differential Report

If your weight loss has slowed or stalled, try looking at the Calorie Differential Over Time report. It may show that your daily calories have crept up, or that you've let the amount or intensity of exercise drop. Look at the Calorie Differential Report weekly numbers to follow the trends.

- Submitted by SYSADMN 6/30/2010 in Using SparkPeople | 2 Comments
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Eat Oranges' Pith

Up to 80% of the Vitamin C in oranges, lemons, and limes is in the pith. The pith is the white inner peel. It also contains fiber and trace minerals.

- Submitted by SYSADMN 6/8/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Add Protein Easily!

If you're trying to add oatmeal to your diet, you're probably eating instant oats. Quaker's Weight Loss has about the same calories as the Quaker's regular, but 3 more grams of protein and fiber, and 4 fewer carbs.

- Submitted by SYSADMN 5/18/2010 in Cooking | 1 Comment
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Prepare for Eating Out

If you know you're going to be eating out, download the nutritional info from the restaurant's website the day before. Then make 1-2 "safe" choices, or take the info with you. If you choose restaurants at the last minute, keep a file folder with the nutrition info pdf's in your car.

- Submitted by SYSADMN 5/12/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment
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Food Should Taste Good

Almost all diets have allowances for condiments. Use Them! If food is bland or you find yourself eating the same thing day after day, your motivation may drop or you may feel deprived.

Add a dash of flavor!

- Submitted by SYSADMN 4/30/2010 in Motivation | 0 Comments
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