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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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The 6 Best Foods for Digestion

We’ve all experienced a time when we ate something that didn’t agree with our stomach, leaving us feeling less than stellar. But there are foods that can help with digestion and keep the system running smoothly. Check out our top 6 foods for digestion!
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Time-Restricted Eating vs. Intermittent Fasting

Have you been watching what you eat and exercising consistently only to feel frustrated when you’re still not seeing the results you want? The reason could be related to when you’re eating. If you’re trying to lose weight, you likely spend a lot of time thinking about what you eat. But new research is showing that when you eat may be just as important.1 This is the idea behind time-restricted eating and intermittent fasting.

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What is Emotional Eating?

If you’ve experienced coming home from a stressful day at work and turning to food as a way to cope, you are not alone. For some, certain foods can evoke a sense of comfort, but when your body is getting mixed messages, such as being fed when it’s not physically hungry, this can lead to a pattern that can thwart your healthy eating intentions and weight loss goals. If you identify with this scenario, chances are you’ve experienced emotional eating, also known as emotional hunger—eating for other reasons than physical hunger.

 

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Are All Calories Created Equal?

For decades, nutritionists and other health professionals have focused on the importance of the calorie in weight loss – balancing the number of calories we consume with the amount of energy we burn. And while there is science and credibility behind this equation, recent research has found it may not be giving us the complete picture.1 We asked our Jenny Craig Nutritionist, Monica Ropar, to help explain why all calories may not be created equal and why maintaining a balanced diet is so important.  

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Your Day on Rapid Results

The latest nutritional research proves what you eat AND when you eat both contribute to weight loss.†† We created Rapid Results based on this revolutionary research. With Rapid Results, we provide you with a plan that takes maximum advantage of your body’s natural fat-burning ability, so you lose weight faster, plus our consultants have completed new comprehensive training to deliver excellent weight loss guidance for results. Take a look at a typical day on Rapid Results!    
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