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How to Make Mason Jar Salads You'll Love

It’s no secret that if you have prepped, healthy options in your refrigerator, you’re more likely to eat healthier. Mason jar salads are the perfect grab-and-go lunchtime answer to boost your nutrition. Because the greens can stay crisp and crunchy for up to several days, try creating a few jarred salads ahead of time on a Sunday evening.   The bright, layered ingredients look gorgeous through a glass jar. But did you know: those pretty layers can actually help your salad stay crisp an
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How Does Jenny Craig food Stack Up - Infographic

How much more Jenny Craig food can you eat compared to the typical food available in grocery stores or fast food restaurants? Turns out, a lot more! We've calculated the approximate calorie to portion ratio of outside foods and as you can tell, we're all about providing you with delicious, perfectly portioned meals so you'll never feel like you're missing out. We're committed to helping you get closer to your weight loss goal. In the infographic below, which dish are you most surprised about? 
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6 Innovative Ways to Use an Air Fryer with Veggies

We keep an eye out for the latest food trends and gadgets, and there’s one that has gotten us very excited—the air fryer. An air fryer allows you to fry food only using a tablespoon of oil—or less! Essentially, you dress the food with a dash of oil (including spray varieties) and seasonings and place it in the air fryer. The air fryer then uses super-hot air (like a convection oven) to dry out the food’s exterior, giving it that delightful texture and flavor that crisply fried food is known for.

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What Are Empty Calories & Why Aren't They Healthy?

Updated: 12/20/19

 

It’s a piece of weight loss advice we’ve all probably heard before: “Avoid empty calories.” But what are empty calories, exactly?

 

Empty calorie foods lack nutritional value, but contain high amounts of calories from unhealthy sources, including sugar and fat. If you’re building healthy habits, eating fewer of these foods is a goal you might work toward. And it's a great one to have! Here’s how to easily identify empty calories, plus healthier nutrient-dense foods to enjoy instead.

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Vibrant Veggies That Are in Season

With temperatures cooling down and trees changing from green to warmer colors, it’s a sign that fall is in the air. Crisp, chilly weather lends itself to warm side dishes, and the vegetables listed below are in season and ready for cooking.     Butternut squash. This orange-hued squash is rich in dietary fiber, vitamin A and potassium, which are important for heart health. Use a long knife to cut the stem and bottom of one off, then cut the squash into quarters. Season with a
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How to Fall in Love with Zoodles

Seeking a creative way to eat more vegetables? Try ‘spiralizing’ your potassium-rich zucchini or beta-carotene packed carrots into noodles aka zoodles. Zoodles are a healthy, low-carb replacement for traditional pasta and are a nutritious addition to your next Jenny Craig entrée.   Whether you want to infuse it into your Chicken Fettucine Alfredo or add a fresh twist on a salad, spiralizing your vegetables is a fun and easy way to pair veggies with your meals (and sneak in nutrition f
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