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Ask an R.D.: What’s the Difference Between Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Veggies?

You’ve probably heard the news: most Americans aren’t eating enough fruits and vegetables. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only one out of every ten adults in the U.S. gets the recommended 1.5 to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day.1 The benefits of eating plenty of vegetables and fruit go beyond consuming essential nutrients — maintaining a healthy diet can also help reduce the risk of several serious medical conditions, including heart di
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Tired All of the Time? Get Your Energy Back with These Tips

So can losing weight increase your energy? It definitely can help — and beyond boosting your physical energy, weight loss can have a significant impact on your overall health. Learn more about the benefits of weight loss when it comes to improving your energy and a few simple adjustments you can make today to put a little more pep in your step.  It’s more than just a number on a scale  You don’t need to lose a large amount of weight to notice a difference in your energy levels. Studies
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What Really Happens to Your Body When You Skip a Meal

So, what happens if you skip meals to lose weight? 1. Those unhealthy snacks will start looking really tempting. Skipping a meal can cause your blood sugar levels to dip. Blood sugar, or glucose, is your body’s primary energy source. Your blood carries this sugar throughout your body, nourishing your cells and helping them to thrive.1 But when you skip a meal, your blood sugar plummets, and you might start looking for anything to satisfy your hunger.  Reaching for foods with re
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New Study Reveals: Cancer Deaths Have Declined, But Obesity-Related Cancers are on the Rise

Yet the news isn’t all good, unfortunately. While cancer survival rates have been going up, brand-new research4 shows that young people are being diagnosed with cancer at alarming rates, especially cancers that are associated with obesity. Obesity in the U.S. and throughout the world continue to climb.5 All of this leaves researchers wondering whether the improvements we’ve been seeing with cancer will eventually recede, as the long-term effects of obesity continue to emerge.   Here’s
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6 Benefits of Meal Delivery Programs for Weight Loss

But unlike most meal delivery subscriptions, Jenny Craig’s program is designed and backed by clinical studies to support healthy weight loss, all with the convenience of a meal delivery service. You’ll enjoy a delicious variety of freshly prepared, simply frozen foods, while moving closer to your goal.  Ready to simplify your mealtimes and start working toward your weight loss goals? Here’s what sets us apart from other weight loss meal delivery programs: 1. Forget meal prep – we’ve
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2019 Fan Favorites: Vote for Your Favorite Jenny Craig Food!

It's officially March, which means it's basketball playoff season! But if you’re more of a foodie than a sports fan, you're in luck — we've created the ultimate bracket of some of the best Jenny Craig foods!   The contest has ended, and our winner has been crowned! Check out how the playoffs shook out below!               *No purchase necessary. Open to legal US residents (excluding AZ & RI), age 21+. Void where
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