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How to Eat Healthy on a Budget - Infographic

Wondering if eating out is cheaper than preparing healthy meals at home or having nutritious ready-made meals on hand? Find out the truth and ways you can still eat healthy on a budget! 

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A New Study Just Revealed the Best Time to Eat for Heart Health

If you’re like many people, life may keep you so busy that you don’t have the time or energy to put much thought into your eating patterns. You might rush out the door in the morning without eating breakfast, grab something on the run for lunch and nosh on a few things here and there throughout the day. It’s not until the evening that you have a chance to sit down and eat a full — perhaps too full — meal.

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10 Science-Backed Reasons Why Breakfast is Best

If you had to choose your favorite meal of the day, which one would it be? If you answered ‘breakfast,’ you may be onto something good. Not only is your morning meal a great way to start the day, but it can also help support your health and weight loss goals. Mounting research also indicates that skipping breakfast may contribute to weight gain as well as other health complications, such as heart disease, high cholesterol, elevated blood pressure levels and diabetes.1

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Holiday Hacks: Tips to Stay Healthy During the Holiday Season

While the weather might be cooling down, your social calendar is probably just starting to heat up. There’s no shortage of parties, family get-togethers and other festive events during the holidays. With a busy schedule and an abundance of incredible meals, it might feel challenging to maintain your healthy habits. 

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Ask an R.D.: What’s the 80/20 Rule for Weight Loss, and Does Diet Matter More than Exercise?

You may have heard of the 80/20 rule as it relates to many different things, from business (the idea that 20 percent of workers contribute 80 percent of results) to efficiency (the concept that 80 percent of results come from 20 percent of the effort). But have you heard of the 80/20 rule as it relates to diet and exercise?

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Why Breakfast is Actually the Most Important Meal of the Day

You’ve probably heard the saying, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” (Thanks for the tip, Mom!) But does it really matter if you skip your morning meal?

 

We sat down with Jenny Craig Registered Dietitian, Briana Rodriquez, to get the inside scoop on breakfast — and why it actually is the most important meal of the day, especially if you’re trying to lose weight.

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