Jan, 13, 2020 ,Monday
How to Do a Dry January

How to Do Dry January Right for Health and Weight Loss

Have you been doing a dry January, planning a dry February, or thinking of skipping alcohol for all of 2020?  The trend of scrapping alcohol for the first month of the new year has become a traditional one for many people as they recover from a holiday season of overindulgence.

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Dec, 13, 2019 ,Friday
Relationship with Your Diet

Start a Hot New Relationship with Your Diet

When you begin a new diet, it can feel as though you’re going out on a blind date. You are hoping for the best, you’ve got a few reservations, and even though you may have been told a great deal about what to expect, you really won’t know what it’s all about until you begin.

The reason is that when you start a new lifestyle, it can feel as though you are beginning a new relationship. The difference is that instead of starting that relationship with someone else, you’re starting it with yourself.

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Nov, 08, 2019 ,Friday
small plate size diet

Smaller Plate Aids Portion Control

Having trouble controlling how much you eat? Want to eat a smaller sized portion and feel like you’ve satisfied your hunger without wanting more? Some researchers suggest you might want to try serving your meals on a smaller plate or in a smaller bowl, as studies have shown people tend to eat less when they shrink their dinnerware.

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Oct, 04, 2019 ,Friday
Enjoy fat-fighting autumn foods

Fat-Fighting Autumn Foods

If you are looking to lose weight and are trying to get your eating habits under control, then you may want to consider specific fat-fighting autumn foods that will be locally available and taste great at this time of year. Combine them in a healthy diet with a well decided exercise plan, and you should have a fat burning recipe for success!
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Sep, 13, 2019 ,Friday

Turn off the TV

Do you watch TV while you eat? If you do, and you’re trying to lose weight, you might want to think about shutting off the television and finding other ways to enjoy your meal and to prevent unwanted snacking. Why? When you watch TV, you are distracted and are not paying attention to how much you consume.

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