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Is a Personalized Diet Right For You? Take This Quiz to Find Out!

Wondering what kind of diet plan is right for you? Our quiz will let you know! 

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7 of the Best Foods to Reduce Bloating

You know the signs — an uncomfortably tight waistband, abdominal pain, excess gas — being bloated isn’t pleasant. After a decadent Thanksgiving meal, you might be all too familiar with that feeling (if you overdid it, don’t worry — here’s how to get back on track). This overly-full sensation can happen for many reasons, even if you haven’t eaten too much. 


Health conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or constipation, and the foods you eat can all contribute to bloating.1 Besides consuming smaller amounts of foods that may cause discomfort, including carbonated water, beans, milk and apples,1 eating certain foods may help to naturally reduce your symptoms.


These seven holiday bloat-battling foods may be added to menus from Jenny Craig in moderation and most can be found on the Fresh & Free Additions list.


If you are on the Jenny Craig program, check with your consultant before making any swaps or changes to your plan to ensure you stay on track!

 

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Healthy Tip of the Week: Watch Your Portion Sizes

Each week, we’ll highlight some of our favorite healthy habits and the benefits behind them. We’ll also share a quick and simple tip from Heather Lake, a Jenny Craig Health & Lifestyle Contributor, to help support your weight loss goals and inspire you throughout the day! This 12-week series will focus on everything from portion control tips to delicious ways to incorporate more protein into your meals.

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A Guide to Healthy Eating for Diabetes Prevention

As we head into November, you may be looking forward to Thanksgiving and all the delectable foods and activities that come with it. But this end-of-the-month holiday isn’t the only event that’s notable about November: It’s also National Diabetes Month, the perfect time to arm yourself with knowledge about this disease.  


In honor of this important awareness event, we’ve rounded up some of the best foods that may prevent diabetes from developing in the first place. Read on for information on some common questions about this condition. 

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Healthy Tip of the Week: Eat Mindfully

Each week, we’ll highlight some of our favorite healthy habits and the benefits behind them. We’ll also share a quick and simple tip from Heather Lake, a Jenny Craig Health & Lifestyle Contributor, to help support your weight loss goals and inspire you throughout the day! This 12-week series will focus on everything from how to eat mindfully to delicious ways to incorporate more protein into your meals.

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What's the Difference Between a Gluten-Free and Low-Carb Diet?

If you’re like many people, you may be wondering whether adopting a gluten-free diet could make you healthier and maybe even help you lose weight in the process. After all, visit any grocery store and you’ll see entire aisles devoted to gluten-free foods, many with tantalizing claims of health and vitality. 

 

At the same time, you’ve undoubtedly heard the talk — and science — behind low-carbohydrate diets (keto, anyone?). Maybe you’ve even tried a low-carb diet meal plan yourself and had success at dropping weight.

 

It does get confusing, though — are gluten-free diets the same as low-carb diets? After all, both avoid or limit some carbohydrates, and both have a reputation for helping with weight loss. But as it turns out, there’s more to the story than that. 

 

Read on for common questions about the two types of meal plans and find out if one is better than the other for helping promote health and weight loss. 
 

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