Jump to content
Call
Sign in to follow this  
Eat Well

Eat Well

Eat Well

Can Losing Weight Ruin Your Metabolism?

Ask an RD: Dietitian Janet Nash shares the role metabolism plays in weight loss. A common concern I hear during weight loss is “will losing weight ruin my metabolism?” The concern typically stems from past yo-yo dieting or that getting to a lower weight will make weight maintenance more difficult. Wouldn’t it be great if we could somehow lose the weight without jeopardizing our metabolism?   When we lose weight, we lose two different types: fat and lean mass. However, both are no
Eat Well

Emotional Hunger: What Is It and How to Tell If You’re Really Hungry

Updated: November 18, 2019

 

If you struggle with emotional hunger — eating because you feel a certain way (like bored, stressed or angry) rather than eating to fulfill physical hunger — you’re not alone. A recent survey conducted by the American Psychological Association (APA) revealed that just over a third of Americans reported eating unhealthy foods or eating too much when they’re stressed.1 But fear not: There are ways to avoid emotional eating and start practicing healthier habits. 

 

Find out what emotional hunger is and healthy ways that may help you manage your emotions instead of turning to food when you’re not truly hungry. Read on for some of our top tips!

 

Eat Well

Game Day Trio - Appetizer Recipe

Get your game face on! Here is a tasty trio appetizer recipe for the big game this Sunday. Whether you’re tuning in to watch the puppies or the pros, this Jenny Craig-friendly appetizer will keep your taste buds happy.     If you’re a Jenny Craig member, check with your consultant before making any swaps or changes to your plan to ensure you stay on track!
Eat Well

10 Top Foods to Help Boost Heart Health

For American Heart Month, we share 10 common foods that you can find in most grocery stores to stock your kitchen and help boost your heart health.   Did you know the leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease?  There are some simple ways to help decrease your risk. A healthy, varied diet that includes vitamins, antioxidants, fiber, and phytochemicals combined with regular physical activity can help protect against cardiovascular disease. Stock up on these 10 foods t
Eat Well

Frozen Fruit & Veggies vs. Fresh - Does It Matter?

Think fresh is always best? Not necessarily! When foods are picked at their peak and flash frozen, their freshness and nutrients are preserved. Find out how frozen foods can be just as beneficial as their fresh counterparts and how they may even retain more vitamins. Fresh vs. Frozen The main question between fresh and frozen comes from the common argument that “fresh is best” not just for taste, but for nutritional value. This has been debunked, thanks to a study1 conducted by Dr. Al
Eat Well

Most Sugary Foods & How to Cut Down on Sugar

By Monica Ropar, Jenny Craig Corporate Nutritionist    Lately, there has been a lot of not so sweet news that despite years of knowing sugar isn’t healthy, people are consuming more and more of it. The typical American diet is loaded with excessive amounts of added sugars and you can find them in just about anything on the grocery store shelves. On the road to healthy eating habits, one notable indulgence to drop is eating empty calorie foods, which are foods typically very high in sug
Sign in to follow this  
×
×
  • Create New...