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301. Can a Raw Food Diet Help You Lose Weight?
While raw foods are not new, eating plans that follow this trend in healthy eating appear to be gaining strength across the country. The focus of the diet is on eating uncooked, highly nutritious foods -- fruits and vegetables. Of course, these foods are low in calories and extremely good for you, but eating them raw or uncooked is favored as it is believed that they lose nutritional value when cooked. Those who subscribe to the... Read More

302. No Sweat! Saunas Help You Lose
Some like it hot, and some sweat when the heat is on. That's not a bad thing, especially when we're talking about taking a sauna. The heat in a sauna can get as high as 185 degrees Fahrenheit. {relatedarticles}It's a healthy treatment that even works for the faint of heart, although it's important to always consult with your physician first. Saunas increase the heart rate by 50 to 75 percent, providing the same metabolic boost as physical... Read More

303. Too Much Binge Eating
The most common eating disorder may not be what you think it is. More people have a problem with binge eating than any other eating disorder, including anorexia and bulimia, although it's not as recognized. The disorder isn't characterized by being able to eat a lot, having a healthy appetite or savoring a big meal once in awhile. It's estimated that 2 percent of Americans suffer from the disorder; 10 to 15 percent of mildly... Read More

304. A Leaner Way To Love Bacon
When it comes to breakfast, are you constantly bacon for more? Bacon has been an a.m. staple for years. There's no denying the great taste of those crispy slices of bacon, but in reality grease is the word. No matter how tasty this salty staple is - it's chock full of saturated fat and sodium. One slice of bacon will set you back 46 calories and 3.6 grams of fat. Sit down to four slices of Hormel Center Cut bacon and you're accounting... Read More

305. When to Ignore the Rules
The sheer amount of dos and don'ts when it comes to weight loss is mind-boggling. How can you keep it all straight? When to eat, when NOT to eat, cut out certain food groups, eat low-fat, eat more fats...no wonder it's so hard to stick with a healthy eating plan. Magazines aren't helpful - each promises weight loss with new rules and claims. {relatedarticles} Debunk the most common myths now. Many of us could... Read More

306. Slow and Steady Wins the Diet Race
Don't rush through the very best part of eating: tasting the flavors and enjoying the textures. It may sound simple, but chewing your food slowly and savoring every bite also helps you eat less. Many of us take just 10 minutes or less to wolf down a meal. It takes about 20 minutes for your brain to receive signals from your digestive system that it's full, so when you eat quickly, you tend to eat more because the brain doesn't get the... Read More

307. The Speed of Lite: Chew On This
Take time to evaluate not only what you eat, but also how you eat it. When you sit down to a meal, do you rush through, gobbling as you go, without stopping for a breath? Take a look at your plate-- is it a dinner-sized one, overflowing with food? Smaller portions are the key to weight loss, but if you think you'll miss the extra calories, think again. There are tricks you can use to make yourself feel fuller, faster. Try filling a... Read More

308. Fat Alert: Drop the Muffins, Man!
Beware of the muffin. For years people have assumed that muffins are a healthy, diet-friendly option. When presented with the choice between a donut, a bagel or a muffin, they'll opt for the latter, thinking it's the best move for their waistline. However, that isn't the case. Some muffins come with a heavy price in terms of fat, calories and sugar. In fact, they're about as healthy as a piece of cake, a brownie or other sweet... Read More

309. Is the Freshman 15 a Myth?
by Andrea Francese Every countless high school graduates pack their bags and ready themselves to leave the nest, but the threat of a dreaded weight gain looms. Some suggest that the freshman 15 is merely a myth, but recent studies show that there may be some truth to the notion. According to a research study published in the Journal of American College Health are... Read More

310. Eat Your Food Naked
Lean, healthy salads, fish and chicken quickly turn into high-calorie indulgences with the addition of dressings and sauces. Particularly when you're dining out, order salad dressings and other sauces on the side. This way, you have control over how much or how little you add. When you order grilled fish or vegetables, ask that the food either be grilled without butter or oil or prepared "light," with as little oil or butter as possible.... Read More

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