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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Breakfast?

How much do you know about the most important meal of the day? Take our quiz and find out!  
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How to Eat Healthy on a Budget - Infographic

Elisa Hoffman Elisa is a content marketing manager for Jenny Craig with over ten years of experience working in the health and fitness industry. She loves sharing her passion for living a balanced and healthy lifestyle. A San Diego native and an endurance sports enthusiast, you can usually find her swimming, biking along the coast highway or running by the beach in her free time. Elisa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University Chico.   Favorite healthy snack
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A New Study Just Revealed the Best Time to Eat for Heart Health

But eating this way may not be good for your health, a new study1 shows. Researchers have found that consuming too many calories in the evening may increase your chances of developing prediabetes and high blood pressure, which together may increase your cardiovascular risks.2   Here’s what you need to know to keep your heart — and the rest of you — as healthy as possible. What the Research Found In preliminary research1 that looked at the timing of meals among more than 12,000
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10 Science-Backed Reasons Why Breakfast is Best

So grab a cup of coffee and whip up some scrambled eggs — here are ten science-backed reasons why breakfast is best. . 1. Your Waistline Will Benefit One of the simplest ways your weight loss efforts can benefit is by eating breakfast! Studies have found that by eating a substantial meal in the morning and reducing your caloric intake at night (also known as front-loading), you may be able to lose more weight than by doing the reverse.2 This is because your body follows a daily cy
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Holiday Hacks: Tips to Stay Healthy During the Holiday Season

Make staying on track during the holidays easier by focusing on small, simple ways you can prioritize your health. By incorporating the right habits, you can enjoy each occasion without losing sight of your weight loss goals. Here are our tops tips to stay healthy while celebrating the holidays.  How to successfully navigate holiday meals    BYOD (Bring Your Own Dish) Not sure how to stay healthy during the holidays? While sweet and savory treats seem to be everywhere during
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Ask an R.D.: What’s the 80/20 Rule for Weight Loss, and Does Diet Matter More than Exercise?

The premise is relatively simple: To lose weight, you need to consume fewer calories than your body uses as energy. And while common wisdom used to say that exercise is the best way to create such a calorie deficit, research indicates that while physical activity is a necessary component of weight loss, cutting calories through your diet is much more achievable — and necessary.1   In a nutshell, the 80/20 rule for weight loss says you should aim to cut 80 percent of your calories throug
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