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321. Eat To Live, Don't Live To Eat
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It's no big mystery why more than a third of the U.S. population is overweight. We've made food the center of our universe. From weddings to funerals to holidays, it seems like almost every milestone event in our lives revolves around food. The amount of energy spent on the what, when, why and how of what goes in our mouths is mindboggling. When it comes to celebrating important happenings in our lives, it seems like we always do... Read More

322. Put on Your Boogie Shoes
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Exercise doesn't have to feel like work. So get you ready to march to the beat of your own drummer. We're talking about incorporating dance into your fitness regimen. The rhythm is gonna get you with these fun-filled workouts. {relatedarticles}Dancing not only builds and tones muscles, but it also improves cardiovascular health. It easily burns as many calories as walking, except it's far more entertaining. Just 30 minutes of moving and... Read More

323. Is Dieting Stressful?
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Of course trying to lose weight can be stressful, especially if you place unrealistic demands on yourself. Stop beating yourself up and learn how to manage the stress that inevitably comes from following a diet and fitness program. {relatedarticles} Constant stress can even be a culprit in derailing your diet efforts by creating the hormone cortisol, which affects your metabolism, cravings for sugary comfort foods... Read More

324. The Best Workout Around: Ask the Pros
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The best way to make the most of your workout is to ask a pro. Although personal trainers are expensive, they can be well worth the price. Trainers run $50-60 per session, and each session is normally an hour long. But if you split the cost with a friend and share the sessions, then you may get more bang for your buck. {relatedarticles}Be sure to find a trainer who's certified by the American Council on Exercise (ACE). If a... Read More

325. Gentle Reminders to Help You Along
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If you embarked on a weight-loss journey at the beginning of the year, then your resolve might be weakening at the two-week mark. Help yourself by keeping your goals in mind, regardless of where you are. Use 5 by 7 note cards with daily reminders. Once you devise a list of healthy habits, write them down and post them throughout the house. Whether it's on the bathroom mirror or on the refrigerator door, plastering your goals in different... Read More

326. PAM Will Save Calories
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Meet PAM. You can't imagine foregoing butter. After all, how will you saute'' your meats and vegetables? How will you grease those baking pans? Well, meet PAM, a fat-free cooking spray that comes in Original, Butter, Olive Oil and two other flavors. With PAM, you can eliminate the need for other unhealthy fats. Butter is a "natural" product that comes from animals, but it also contains 7 grams of saturated fat. And if you think you're off... Read More

327. Say No to Spot Training
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While most of us have a certain body part we would like to work on more than others, there is no such thing as spot reducing. When you do a specific exercise for a specific part of your body, the muscles of that particular body part will develop and get stronger and grow bigger, but it will do nothing to get rid of excess fat.{relatedarticles} The best way to take off any extra unwanted fat from trouble areas is through sensible... Read More

328. What is Insulin Resistance and How Does it Affect Your Body?
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By Bob Held There are 17 million diabetics in the United States and 80 million more who are in some stage of insulin resistance. A diet high in carbohydrates and lack of nutrition are the two main factors in creating insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is a "pre-diabetic" condition, which, when it gets extreme,... Read More

329. Take the Heat Out of the Kitchen
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Summer means hot weather, and heat means not wanting to fire up the oven and sweat out a meal. But if you can't stand the heat, then there's no reason to stay out of the kitchen. Just change the way you make meals. You might think the slow cooker is only for soups - and who wants hot soup in the summer? - but it can be used for so much more, without heating up the kitchen. Sure, it works all day to provide a meal around dinnertime, but it... Read More

330. Be Accountable
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It's far too easy to blame other people for your weight problem. Maybe your spouse is critical of your appearance or weight, and it drives you to eat. Perhaps obesity runs in your genes. We can all come up with a million reasons why we're overweight. However, playing the blame game won't accomplish anything. Be accountable for your situation and take responsibility. Nobody is force-feeding you that second slice of pizza. Start taking the... Read More


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