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1. Write Your Diet Wrongs
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Just for the record, most diet and fitness experts can't say enough about the benefits of journaling when trying to lose weight. After all, what better way to keep track of your successes and failures than by logging it all? {relatedarticles} It's a tool that comes in handy when you're recording both your eating and exercise habits. When it comes to food journaling, you should record every morsel that goes into your mouth - even if it's a... Read More

2. Order in the Food Court
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'Tis the season to do your holiday shopping. That means rushing from store to store as time permits. Of course, it goes without saying that you'll likely become famished in the midst of those endless shopping sprees. {relatedarticles}Now, the mall food court isn't exactly known for its diet-friendly fare, but that doesn't mean you can't partake in a healthy snack here or there. Needless to say, as tempting as those piping-hot Cinnabons... Read More

3. The Ultimate Diet Drink
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If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times. So water you waiting for? There's no denying the benefits of good, old-fashioned H2O. The ultimate diet drink, water is an all-natural solution that contains no fat, no calories and no sugar. {relatedarticles}Experts recommend consuming 6 to 8 glasses of water or the equivalent to 64 ounces of water a day. The body comprises 55 to 75 percent water, and it always needs to be... Read More

4. Need to Lose Weight? Plan for Life
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Cut out all carbs... Consume only low-fat foods... Drink a shake for every meal... The number of ways to lose weight is endless, and many of them work for the time being. However, following a diet that's not compatible with your lifestyle isn't the most foolproof to keep those extra pounds off. An eating regimen that's too restrictive or difficult to follow won't be sustainable over a long period of time. In fact, you're likely to fall... Read More

5. Add, Don't Subtract
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Instead of concentrating on cutting foods out of your diet, bring new foods to the table. There are probably a whole slew of fruits and vegetables you've never sampled. In order to prevent yourself from feeling deprived, train yourself to look at all the foods you can eat instead of those you should stay away from. Try branching out in the produce section of the supermarket. Instead of buying the usual head of iceberg lettuce for salads,... Read More

6. How the Buddy System Can Save You
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Do you want to lose weight? Then buddy up. Let's face it - the path to wellness is long and daunting. Without a good support system, it's easy to get lost along the way. That's what friends are for. {relatedarticles}If you want to feel like you aren't alone in your diet endeavors, finding a partner to help you stay on the light track may be just the answer you've been looking for to help keep you motivated. In fact, a study conducted by... Read More

7. The Best Diet for You
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You're looking to lose weight and are ready to make some changes to achieve that goal. Good for you, but what's the best diet to embark upon to drop major pounds? The answer might take a little time for you to figure out, but the best way to start is to examine your existing lifestyle. If you're looking at a low-carb diet, ask yourself whether you can survive without breads and pastas in the long-term. Vegetarians may not want to try this... Read More


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