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3 Ways To Stay Motivated Through The Holidays

Ahh….The Holidays. It always gets the best of us. There is no easy way to stay on track with your life during this time of year. 303 more words


This Week's Diet Failure

I’ve already failed by calling it a diet when it’s not, it’s a lifestyle change. This week I really failed at my lifestyle change…

I really tried to relax on what I was eating however a few random events popped up. 135 more words


How to become a real American citizen – overeat and overreact

Click to enlarge – which you must if you’re a Real AmericanAJ Mast/AP

The White House has announced a new campaign to encourage immigrants living in the United States legally to attain citizenship ahead of next year’s presidential election.

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Eat Smarter At A Buffet

If there were such a thing as a calorie-counting nightmare, it would probably involve a buffet. While any diet expert will tell you to avoid a buffet, there are times when that is just not possible. 310 more words

How to >> NOT overeat when you're going out for dinner.

First, let me tell you something about how i was brought up. I grew up in Singapore, a country in South-East Asia where a lot of the culture is centered around food. 1,071 more words


Diary of a post-carb splurge* attempt to get back on the straight and narrow

We’ve all been there. Stress, anxiety, boredom – so many things can challenge the discipline of even the most steadfast of dieters. And sometimes, once you’ve flirted with one chocolate bar, from then on it’s a downward slope. 735 more words

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Are Tubby Cartoon Characters Making Your Kids Fat?

“Fat” cartoon characters may lead children to eat more junk food, new research suggests, but there are ways to counter this effect. The findings underscore how cartoon characters, ubiquitous in children’s books, movies, television, video games, fast-food menus and graphic novels, may influence children’s behavior in unforeseen ways, especially when it comes to eating.

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