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Eating at Your Desk: Is It Healthy?

If you’re a working professional with a seemingly never-ending to-do list, stepping away from your desk to enjoy a healthy lunch doesn’t always seem feasible. Perhaps eating at your desk is the only way to leave work in time to pick up the kids. Or maybe you're new to the office and are apprehensive about dining alone in the cafeteria. Whatever the case, you may want to reconsider your mid-day break: Eating away from your desk may benefit your waistline and your health. Read on to find out why eating at your desk may not be worth the “saved time” — and five ways taking a break during your lunch hour may benefit your health.

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Bailey W. Lost 115 lbs.* – and What He Learned May Change Your Outlook on Weight Loss

*Weight lost on Classic Program. Members following our program, on average, lose 1-2 lbs. per week. Received promotional consideration.

Age 33, Skokie, IL., Accountant
 

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Fact or Fiction: Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight?

When you’re looking for tips to lose weight, it might be tempting to try anything from a celery juice cleanse to the keto diet. But to try one of the best tools for healthy weight loss, look no further than your kitchen sink. This natural weight loss aid is sugar-free, calorie-free and can be found right in your home: Water. 

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Tips to Stay Healthy and Vibrant in Your 30s

As you enter your 30s, you may be finding yourself busier than ever, with an ever-growing list of demands competing for your attention. Work, school, family, parenting: Any or all of these may be at play in your daily life — and they may be keeping you from taking top-notch care of yourself. At the same time, you may be noticing other changes — like a metabolism that seems a bit more sluggish, or how you seem to gain weight more easily than you did in your 20s. But fear not: there are more than a few ways you can keep yourself healthy now — and for future years. 

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Simply Inspired Overnight Oats

In a rush with little time to whip up something healthy for breakfast? We've got you covered. Try this Simply Inspired Overnight Oats recipe and you'll have something healthy and easy to grab in the morning. All you need is a few minutes of prep work the night before!

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The Moment Rachael S. Decided to Take Back Her Life — and How She Lost 92 lbs.* on Jenny Craig’s Rapid Results Program

*Typical weight loss on the Rapid Results program is 11.6 pounds in the first four weeks and 1-2 pounds per week thereafter. Rachael lost 92 pounds on Rapid Results in 60 weeks. Rachael received promotional consideration.

 

Ever wonder what it’s like to join Jenny Craig? Explore a day in the life of actual Jenny Craig members and read their inspiring stories as we highlight different journeys throughout the year. In their own words, they’ll share their favorite foods, activities and creative tips that help them develop healthier habits and reach their weight loss goals.

 

A native of Victoria, British Columbia, Rachael S. hadn’t stepped on a scale in six years. Although Rachael grew up playing basketball and led an active lifestyle, sports quickly fell to the wayside once she started working full time. Gradually, over ten years, she continued to gain weight until she reached her heaviest, 281 pounds. After Rachael experienced a humiliating incident while traveling abroad, she decided it was time to change her habits, but she knew that exercise alone wasn’t going to solve her weight problem. She was ready to find a weight loss program that could teach her healthy eating habits and help her feel her best. While searching for the perfect program, Rachael was inspired by other Jenny Craig members’ stories and decided to book an appointment at her local center … and has since lost 92 lbs.!*

 

Check out Rachael’s incredible story, plus some of her best tips to stay active and on track.

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