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  • Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

    The 5 Best Teas for Weight Loss

    What if I told you there was a soothing and tasty, calorie- and additive-free elixir on the market with the ability to cleanse away dietary sins, speed up weight loss and even prevent against disease? Yes! It’s true: Tea may be the healthiest drink of the century.   In fact, people have been enjoying soothing tea and the impressive beanies for thousands of years. One legend...   Read More »

  • Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

    Ultimate One-Day Detox

    So you overindulged. You had one too many cocktails, a few too many servings of [insert naughty food here], hardly any sleep … and now you’re paying the price. You feel bloated, lethargic, foggy, irritable — and I wasn’t going to mention the scale, but you’re probably panicking about that too. So now what?   Take a few deep breaths and consider the simple...   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    Snaxercise! Burn Fat with Exercise Snacks

    Multiple, brief, snack-sized portions of exercise may control blood sugar better than a single, continuous workout, according to new research that adds to a growing body of evidence about the wisdom of spreading exercise throughout the day.   Scientists in New Zealand found that men and women with Type 2 diabetes who engaged in six, 1-minute intense exercise “hors d'oeuvres”...   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    10 Diet Hacks You Need to Know

    Dodge hundreds of calories with these simple science-backed diet hacks!   1. Dine by candlelight. Taking time to set the mood may increase your meal satisfaction, making you less likely to overeat. A recent study of fast food restaurants found that customers who dined in a relaxed environment with dimmed lights and mellow music ate 175 fewer calories per meal than if they were in a more...   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    5 Fat-Fighting Burger Toppings

    Melty cheese, sweet carmalized onions, lashings of aioli: it’s often the little “extras” that make a burger memorable—and highly caloric. But while Weight Loss 101 will tell you to skip the sauce, keep it plain, and always-get-your-dressing-on-the-side, Weight Loss 102 brings good news: There are a few little “extras” that you can slather on your burgers (or...   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    5 Tricks to Avoid Overeating

    You may be fat because you simply cannot taste it. At least that’s what researchers at Deakin University believe. Their new study in the journal Appetite suggests people with a low “taste-threshold for fat” are more likely to overeat due to impaired satiety signals that normally come with a rich meal.   But overindulging isn’t just about food choices....   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    5 Foods That Beat the Bugs

    With the official start of summer just last week, many of us (myself included) are dreading our fate as a veritable bug buffet. Fear not—you don’t have to spend July and August in a cloud of chemicals. If you’re one of those lucky enough to be delicious to those blood sucking little demons, otherwise known as mosquitos, there are a few things you can do, and by “do”...   Read More »

  • Friday, August 29th, 2014

    4 Unhealthiest Grilling Mistakes

    With “primal” being the healthy buzzword of the moment, summer barbeques may seem like the quintessential cooking method for the fit-minded—after all, what’s more primal than cooking over an open flame?   But before you unleash your inner cave-dweller, there are a few things you need to know about healthy grilling. There are health risks involved in fire-grilled fare....   Read More »

  • Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

    10 Insider Tricks that Save You Money at the Supermarket

    Whether you're a coupon queen or just a regular Joe looking to save a buck on groceries, this post is for you: Experts say many of us will feel the pinch of higher food bills this fall, as the economy pushes the price of staples to new heights. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the cost of beef rose 10% this summer over July 2013; fresh fruit prices were 6% higher, and the...   Read More »

  • Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

    Top 4 Foods for a Healthy Heart

    Heart disease accounts for about 600,000 deaths every year, making it the leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A number of factors contribute to your risk, including family history and age (if your relatives have heart disease or you are older, your risk goes up); but others, like excess belly fat, you have more control over. Eating right is...   Read More »


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