The Effects of Emotional Eating on Relationships Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

The Effects of Emotional Eating on Relationships

Love & Relationships

Using food to cope with negative emotions is an unhealthy habit – but it also has a negative effect on…

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How to Recognize Eating Disorders Moms
Moms

How to Recognize Eating Disorders

Moms

Is she just picky? Or could your child actually have an eating disorder? Learn the signs.

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What's Eating Your Skin? Style & Beauty
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What's Eating Your Skin?

Style & Beauty

Before slathering things on your skin, consider what you're putting in your body. Take a bite out of bad skin…

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In Depth: Eating Disorders Diet & Fitness
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In Depth: Eating Disorders

Diet & Fitness

It's National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, so get more information on this life-threatening condition.

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Are You at Risk for an Eating Disorder? Quiz Central
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Are You at Risk for an Eating Disorder?

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They affect tens of millions of people worldwide and are a matter of life and death. Could you be at…

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New Age

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New Age

Perhaps it's a fad among stars, but therapeutic crystals have been shown to boost health and wellbeing.

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Revealed! 20 Best Dieting Tips


Congratulations! Embarking on a plan to lose weight is an excellent way to improve your health. While rewarding, the path can be fraught with challenges -- from missteps, restaurant meals, even from well-meaning friends. During your journey, try some of these tips for greater dieting success.

1. Determine a realistic goal weight. If you work with a weight-loss center, their counselors will recommend a goal. If you prefer to go solo, ask your doctor what your ideal weight is. To stay healthy and give yourself the greatest chance of long-term success, shoot for a weight range that you will be able to maintain.

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2. Keep a food journal. Write down everything you put into your mouth. This will help you track portion sizes and keep you "honest" about what you actually eat. Plus, if you had a bad week, you can look back in your journal to a more successful week, and see what you did differently.