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Green Foods That Pack a Nutritional Punch

Looking to include more green veggies into your routine but don’t know where to start? We pulled 10 different items out of the crisper to see what health benefits they provide and how they support weight loss.  
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Can Eating Slower and More Mindfully Help You Lose Weight?

If you always eat quickly and on-the-go, you might want to take a breather and start savoring your food. Check out why eating slower and more mindfully may help you lose weight.   If you tend to be the person who always finishes their meal first, it might be time to stop and smell the… food. People who eat slowly, rather than rushing through their meal, tend to weigh less, one observational study concluded.1 Mindful eating may also help you lose weight, according to researcher.2 By eat
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10 Reasons Why DIY Diets Don’t Work

Have you ever tried losing weight on your own? You create what seems like the perfect weight loss plan, but as the days pass, you quickly go from feeling motivated and energetic to discouraged because you’re still not losing weight. It’s incredibly frustrating, and it can be a common occurrence among do-it-yourself dieters.   Why is it so hard to go solo on a weight loss plan? Read these 10 reasons why DIY diets typically don’t work:     1. You Need More than an App
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Tips on Dining Out While Trying to Lose Weight

You’re at home, all set to prepare a healthy dinner that fits your weight loss plan when a friend calls. She wants to check out the cute Italian restaurant that just opened. You stare down at your refrigerator and sigh. What do you do? Eat out, figuring you’ll derail your healthy eating habits for the night? Or stay in?

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What Are “Free” Foods and Can They Hinder Weight Loss?

Whether it’s giveaway swag at a sports event or complimentary samples while you’re grocery shopping, receiving something free feels good. But can too much of a free thing be bad?

 

When it comes to weight loss, eating an unlimited amount of certain foods, even if they are deemed healthy, may not be the best way to reach your goal. If you’ve ever participated in a weight loss program, you may have heard of the term “free” foods, meaning you can eat as much of something as you want without counting it toward your point or calorie goals. But there may be a cost to eating an endless amount of these foods and there are reasons why understanding the nutrient makeup of any meal is essential to reach your weight loss aspirations successfully.

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Why It Matters When You Eat

If limiting your intake of calories is helping you lose weight, then cutting back on your calorie consumption even more should speed up the weight loss process, right? Not necessarily.

 

Let’s talk about why it not only matters what you eat, but how often you eat. Read on for five tips to help you stay on track with your weight loss goals and to help you be more mindful when it comes to enjoying your next meal or snack.

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