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New Research Supports the Link Between Probiotics and Weight

Many of us have heard the term 'probiotics' tossed around by doctors or peers, or plastered on labels at the local grocery store touting benefits of digestion and beyond. But what exactly are probiotics, and what part do they play in a healthy diet? Read on as we discuss the benefits and growing research around this beneficial belly bacteria.

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How to Safely Lose Weight After Having a Baby

If you’re new to motherhood, there may be a few things you’ve been taken aback by: the never-ending feedings and diaper changes, the distant memory of a good night’s sleep, the unpredictability of a newborn’s schedule—not to mention a body that is constantly changing. But chances are you’ve also been amazed by the delightfully unexpected things: the tiny toes, the sweet breath, the little sighs of contentment. And of course, a pure, deep love so powerful it can take your breath away.

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7 Foods That Help You Sleep

If you’re reading this while rubbing your eyes with coffee in hand, you’re not alone. The average American is sleep deprived—logging around 6.8 hours a night, with 40 percent getting under six hours.
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Back to School, Back to Your Game Plan

Summer probably went way too fast, as it always does, but there is an upside to vacation being over and kids going back to school; you get your routine back. And with routine, can come healthy habits. And although the new school year can bring new duties (hello carpool!) too, now is the time to set your schedule so that you get in some essential self-care.

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4 Of The Worst Foods for Weight Loss

If the number on the scale isn’t budging, there may be a few foods and drinks that are undermining your weight loss goals. Added sugars, seemingly healthy snacks, and empty calories hidden in after-work cocktails could be slowing down your progress. Read on to learn about four of the worst foods for weight loss.

 

 

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Does Jenny Craig Work for Men?

Male or female, identifying the best plan to help you lose weight, meets your needs and that you can commit to can be challenging, especially when there are so many options out there with question marks around whether or not they are actually effective and safe. We tapped one of our regular fitness and wellness contributors, Michael Smith, to help explain why Jenny Craig works for men and share the proof to back it up.

 

When you hear of “Jenny Craig,” you may think of a long-standing, proven weight loss program, but the name may also mislead you to think that it has a female-only focus and clientele. Not true. In fact, Jenny Craig is an effective program for both men and women alike, as U.S. News & World Report, who publishes annual “Best Diets” rankings, named it as also geared toward men.1 Scientific research also supports the effectiveness of the Jenny Craig program.2 If you’re a guy trying to figure out which weight loss plan will work best for you, you may be surprised to learn about the delicious food, easy-to-follow plan and support that Jenny Craig offers. Read on as we discuss why Jenny Craig is one of the best programs to promote weight loss for men.

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