8 September 2015 Be Sugar Savvy! Lose Weight by Decreasing Added Sugars in Your Diet
Knowing the major food sources of added sugars and identifying hidden sources of added sugars by reading the ingredient list, can help you become sugar savvy and meet your weight loss goals.
30 June 2015 The Pros and Cons of Summer Diets
Summer sounds like a slam dunk for dieters: warm weather for outdoor activity and fresh produce. But summer can also present challenges to keep calories under control
7 May 2015 How Much Added Sugar is in Yogurt?
Learn how to estimate added sugars in yogurt. Post also includes a chart of estimated added sugars for three popular brands sold in the United States.
8 October 2014 How Healthy is Your Water Beverage?
Is your favorite “water beverage” a healthy drink or just another overpriced version of sugar water? Read this post for more help on learning how to tell the difference.
18 February 2014 3 Habits to Change If You Struggle with Your Weight
Restaurant food, processed food, and beverage calories are three factors to keep in check if you are struggling to lose weight. Read more about each factor in this blog post.
The controversy about the link between artificial sweeteners, obesity and chronic disease risk continues with a new report suggesting these sweeteners are making it more likely you'll gain weight.
29 May 2012 Better Beverage Choices for a Hot Summer Day
Better Beverage Choices for a Hot Summer Day Most of us are aware of the problem of "drinking our calories" – we add extra calories without compensating with a reduced intake of calories from food. Drinking water is the most direct way to hydrate during a hot summer day but sometimes we simply want...
19 September 2011 The Liquid Culprit: Sugary Drink Consumption Stats Released
The Liquid Culprit: Sugary Drink Consumption Stats Released The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released America's ‘ report card ' for sugary drink consumption, and sufficed to say we need study harder. The CDC found that half the population age 2 and older drink a sugary beverage...
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