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Soda - The Hidden Sugar Bomb

As you begin or continue your weight loss journey, you’re likely paying more attention to what you’re putting into your body. Choosing healthier options like fruits, veggies and lean proteins instead of less nutritious food is likely top-of-mind. But did you know that what you drink can derail your healthy eating as well?   If you’re a soda fanatic, it may be time to take a look at your habit. Soda is a hidden sugar bomb that could halt your weight loss progress. Use this list of tips
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How to Incorporate Veggies at Any Meal

Veggies — we know they’re good for us (and we should eat more of them), but sometimes it can be overwhelming to figure out creative ways to add them to your dinner plate, lunch box or breakfast bowl. That’s why we came up with this foolproof guide — to incorporate more veggies into every one of your meals, while adding more flavor to each bite. If you’re following the Jenny Craig program, rest assured — each one of these options can be incorporated into your plan!  

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Portion Perfection: How Portion Sizes Have Changed Over 20 Years

Average portion sizes have grown so much over the past 20 years that Americans are subconsciously eating more—and suffering the consequences. Jenny Craig makes it easy to get the right portions at every meal with pre-planned menu items that take the guesswork out of portions. See how portions sizes have changed over the years and how Jenny Craig gives you balanced versions of your favorites.  
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Overeating: What Can Cause It and 7 Ways to Prevent It

If you find that you sometimes eat more than you should or that you eat even if you aren’t hungry, you’re not alone. In any given month, there are thousands of web searches for the phrase “how to stop overeating.” What’s more, research1 shows that overeating salty, sweet and high-fat foods is one of the leading causes of excess weight gain.   Barring any medical issues or concerns, which should be discussed with your medical professional, what are some ways to help identify overeating
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8 Best and Worst Beverages if You're Trying to Lose Weight

Did you know: the human body can survive for up to 30 days without food, but less than a week without water?1 Beverages are our primary way of keeping our bodies hydrated and healthy. But they’re also the perfect gateway for extra fat and sugar calories to sneak in — they go down effortlessly with no chewing required — and thus an easy way to impede the progress of your weight loss journey. Here are the best and worst beverages for weight loss, along with some helpful tips for staying on track. Cheers!

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Weighing In On Mindful Eating

Our on-the-go, hectic lifestyles can lead to mindless eating—unintentionally consuming more food than our bodies call for. Taking time to disconnect, slow down and savor our meals can lead to peace of mind around food—and weight loss.  
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