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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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Take The Quiz: Do You Know How to Lose Weight?

Do you know how to lose weight? Take this quiz and find out!  
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Are You Inclined to Eat More at Night?

It’s been "one of those days"—you know the kind—the day at work where everything went wrong; your child came down with the flu, or there’s just too much to do with too little time. When you get home, you realized you forgot to eat throughout the day, so you grab a few snacks. Before you know it, you can’t recall how much you’ve eaten before dinner. Sound familiar?   If so, you’re not alone. There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests people may be predisposed to eating larger meal
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Can Losing Weight Decrease Your Risk of Cancer?

Most of us have heard some of the health risks associated with being overweight, but did you know that there may be a link between weight and cancer risk? According to the American Cancer Society, being overweight can increase a person’s risk of developing certain types of this potentially deadly disease.1 Read on as we discuss the potential link between weight and cancer – and ways you may be able to mitigate your risk. The Link Between Weight and Cancer It’s an astounding fact, but t
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