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Healthy Tip of the Week: Eat More Veggies

Each week, we’ll highlight some of our favorite healthy habits and the benefits behind them. We’ll also share a quick and simple tip from Heather Lake, a Jenny Craig Health & Lifestyle Contributor, to help support your weight loss goals and inspire you throughout the day! This 12-week series will focus on everything from how to eat more vegetables to delicious ways to incorporate more protein into your meals.

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7 Healthy Dinner Ideas for Busy School Nights

If you’re part of a busy family, you undoubtedly know that weeknights can get a bit crazy as you wrangle kids’ homework, extracurricular activities and sports — all while trying to get a healthy meal on the table that everyone will not only eat, but actually enjoy. And while it might be tempting to head to the drive-thru on the way home from soccer practice or piano lessons, eating out too often isn’t good for your waistline — or your health.


The issue can get even more tricky if you’re on a path to weight loss. After all, you don’t want to spend oodles of time planning and cooking meals that everyone but you can enjoy.


But don’t worry: We’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up some easy weeknight dinners you can prepare for your family in a flash — and if you’re on the Jenny Craig plan, we’ve included complementary meals you can enjoy alongside your loved ones. (Because who wants to feel left out of those all-important family meals?) Read on for seven quick, easy, healthy meals that are sure to delight the entire family!

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14 Of The Best Protein Sources for Vegetarians

Do you constantly hear nutrition and health experts talking up the benefits of protein? There are plenty of good reasons why! For starters, getting enough protein delivers big benefits when it comes to weight loss


Eating a diet full of protein can help you feel satisfied, research shows, and may curb your urge to late-night snack.1 Your metabolism may even get a boost from eating a moderate amount of protein-rich foods, especially when you’re exercising regularly. 


Protein also might help preserve your muscle mass when you’re trying to lose weight. One review of research found that people who ate adequate protein, and incorporated strength training, particularly retained their muscle mass.2


But here’s the thing: You don’t have to eat meat to get the protein your body needs. There are a number of tasty, protein alternatives to meat. So, if you’re a vegetarian, are cutting back on meat or are just hoping to mix things up, try these protein replacements for meat that are good for your body and your taste buds.

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12 Low-Calorie Foods that Can Support Your Weight Loss Goals

It’s a common weight loss scenario: You’re eating right, working out and feeling great. But then, it happens: You find yourself staring at the office vending machine for an afternoon pick-me-up. You’re hungry — but you don’t want to derail your progress!


What should you eat? 

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Does Coffee Help With Weight Loss? 5 Facts Just In Time For National Coffee Day

Joe, java, jitter juice. Whatever you like to call it, there’s no denying coffee is a favorite drink to help people get through the day. If you love coffee, we’ve got good news: Whether you drink it for the energy boost or the flavor, research suggests coffee and weight loss can go hand in hand.

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7 Simple Lifestyle Changes For Men's Weight Loss

Healthy strategies for men’s weight loss often boil down to some version of this: Eat less; work out more. 


It’s sound advice, sure. But it can also be overwhelming to focus solely on the big picture. Eat less, you say? But what about my hunger pangs?! And where am I supposed to find all this extra time for exercise?

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