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161. Dieters: Say Freeze...
Most people don't use their freezer enough. However, the freezer can be a dieter's best friend. If you're cooking for one, buy produce and meats in bulk and individually package your purchases by serving size. When you plan your menu for the week, you can defrost the pre-packaged staples. If you choose to make stews or soups, you can freeze the remainder. Some of the best snacks for dieters can be found in the freezer case at the grocery... Read More

162. Drinking your Calories
The options for drinks seem to be at an all time high with energy and sport drinks, new flavored sodas, tropical fruit juices, fancy vitamin water, and even water with protein appealing to all ages. Sodas and sport drinks, however, can have as much as 13 teaspoons of added sugar. It is especially important to look at the serving size on the nutrition label. So if you quickly read that a beverage bottle says 80 calories, you may need to... Read More

163. Are You a Grazer?
Preparing your own meals at home is a great way to reduce portion size, fat and calories. But be careful of all the sampling and tasting that's so tempting to do while you're cooking. A taste of that fettuccine or a nibble on that loaf of fresh hot bread or a sample of that cookie batter may not seem like a big deal. But enough small bites can add up to a lot of calories. Stave off that hand-to-mouth reaction by constantly reminding... Read More

164. Diet Disasters Delivered
Some of the latest delivery offerings would inspire fear in even the staunchest pizza fans. Everyone knows that gooey, meaty, cheesy pizza is bad for your health and your diet, with astronomical fat and calorie counts. But keep an eye out for some new heavy hitters that'll make a deep dent in your dieting efforts. Domino's newest menu offerings will bowl you over when you see the fat, calories and sodium they contain. Pasta served in a... Read More

165. Drink in the Facts about Cocktails
Many people erroneously believe that the good news about the health benefits of alcoholic beverages like wine and beer gives them carte blanche to go on a bender. And with Spring Break coming up, it's all the more tempting to drink up on the beach. If the drinks are on you, then make sure they don't end up on your waistline by making bad choices. A good rule of thumb if you're going to imbibe is to remember that as the alcohol content... Read More

166. Easy Healthy Eating and Fitness Tips
March has been declared National Nutrition Month® by the American Dietetic Association, so I can't think of a better time to talk about ways to improve your child's lifestyle and eating habits. We all know that a banana is a healthier snack than a bag of potato chips and that playing outside is better than sitting on the couch watching television. But, sometimes making those choices is not so easy. Forming new healthy habits takes... Read More

167. What are the Dangers and Problems of Rapid Weight Loss?
by Donovan Baldwin People searching for weight loss programs and diets today seem to be searching more for rapid weight loss than permanent, healthy weight loss. Unfortunately, it is a fact that quick diet weight loss programs are seldom without their dangers, and their results usually range from erratic to... Read More

168. Doubles Anyone? Tackle Tennis
It doesn't matter if you're up for singles or doubles, you'll love the health benefits that come along with a game of tennis. Tennis not only improves your quality of life, but it also helps you live longer, just like many other physical activities. Physical activity increases lifespan, reduces the risk of heart disease, prevents high blood pressure and reduces the risk of cancer. Research indicates that a 135-pound woman who plays... Read More

169. Do Some Yard Workout
Want to kill two birds with one stone? Then get to work -- yard work, that is. We're talking about taking your exercise regimen outside and getting back to the basics. It is possible to whittle your waistline while doing your daily household chores, especially in the great outdoors. Doing yard work is actually a breath of fresh air for those people who are most active in the gym or in the house. {relatedarticles}Mowing the lawn, raking... Read More

170. Take a Hike for Health
The changing fall foliage makes this time of year perfect to get out into the great outdoors for a hike. It's a great way to exercise with friends, or just go out alone and enjoy nature. It's a more appealing way to get in a workout than plodding along on the treadmill or running down a busy city street - and hiking definitely is a workout. {relatedarticles}Even if you go as slow as 2 miles per hour, a 150-pound person can still... Read More

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