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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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Why Breakfast is Actually the Most Important Meal of the Day

Breakfast Basics Simply translated, breakfast means “breaking the fast.” Rodriquez explains, “During sleep, your body is relaxing and your cells are rejuvenating. When you wake up after 7-9 hours of sleep, your blood sugar is naturally low. Blood sugar, also known as glucose, is used to power your muscles and brain. When you abstain from food overnight, you need fuel to replenish your energy stores.”   But what if you’re running late to a morning meeting and don’t have time to eat
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Holiday Hacks to Build a Healthier Thanksgiving Plate: Infographic

Want to make your Thanksgiving meal a little healthier? Use these hacks to build a plate that is delicious and supports your weight loss goals!  
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6 Ways to Feel Awesome on Thanksgiving and Avoid the “Holiday Slide”

1. Say yes to breakfast and lunch. Most of the festivities kick off in the afternoon, with many Americans dishing up their Thanksgiving meal between 1-3:00 p.m.1 While it might be tempting to put off breakfast and lunch to get the most out of your dinner, skipping meals will likely leave you feeling tired, cranky and hungry.2 Waiting all day to eat may also make you more likely to overeat when the food is served. Avoid feeling “hangry” by having a healthy breakfast and lunch earlier in the
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Weight Loss Tips for Men Over 50

Physical Changes in Men Over 50 As you probably can attest to, as you age, you can no longer eat the same way as you did in your 20’s.  That’s because the average, moderately active male aged 51 to 55 needs 400 fewer calories per day than he did between the ages of 21 and 25.1 This may not seem like a big difference, but when you consider that 3,500 extra calories can cause a 1-pound weight gain, it’s easy to see how extra calories can quickly add up to excess pounds.2   After age
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