How Words Shape Our Success (or Failure) in Weight Loss

How Words Shape Our Success (or Failure) in Weight Loss

When it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle and losing weight, psychology plays an important role. The way we relate to specific foods or to ourselves with respect to food can sometimes be painful and even harmful. On this matter, … Continue reading

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7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 1)

7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 1)

This is a guest post by Jackie Topol, MS, RD, CDN The #1 New Year’s resolution according to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology is to lose weight.  So many of us start off with the … Continue reading

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Weight Loss: 6 Reasons Women Have it Harder than Men

Weight Loss: 6 Reasons Women Have it Harder than Men

We’ve had this hunch for years. Women have a harder time losing weight than men do. Now, a great piece in the Washington Post explains why: 1. Men, in general, have a higher muscle to fat ratio compared to women. … Continue reading

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The Greek Yogurt Kitchen

The Greek Yogurt Kitchen

Toby Amidor is a registered dietitian that loves her Greek yogurt so much that she dedicated an entire book of recipes to this Mediterranean wonder. Her new cookbook, The Greek Yogurt Kitchen, is out today. We asked Toby for a … Continue reading

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The Diet Fix: Live the Healthiest Life that YOU can Enjoy

The Diet Fix: Live the Healthiest Life that YOU can Enjoy

Three months into 2014, and most people’s New Year’s Resolutions are but a distant memory. Diets that started with great fanfare on January 1st, have withered and died along the wayside. What is it about weight loss that makes 95% … Continue reading

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Is It Time for the Biggest Loser to Disappear?

Is It Time for the Biggest Loser to Disappear?

The web is buzzing with conversation following the final episode of “The Biggest Loser”. The season ended with a jaw-dropping win by Rachel Fredrickson, who shed 60% of her body weight. The young contestant is a former competitive swimmer and … Continue reading

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The Kosher Food Diet

The Kosher Food Diet

Beth Warren is a NYC based dietitian whose new book on weight loss has an interesting angle – Kosher food. Living a Real Life with Real Food: How to Get Healthy, Lose Weight, and Stay Energized—the Kosher Way is the first … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Whys and Hows of Keeping a Food Diary

The Top 10 Whys and Hows of Keeping a Food Diary

This is a guest blog post by Yoni Freedhoff, MD Of all of the behaviors a person might adopt to help them with weight management, perhaps none is more powerful than keeping a food diary. Unfortunately, to date, food diaries … Continue reading

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The Little Book of Thin – Dieting in the Real World

The Little Book of Thin – Dieting in the Real World

Every day is a good day to improve one’s health. For many of us, that means losing weight. The average dieter makes 4 attempts to lose weight each year, but usually fails. Weight loss is so hard! Some people find … Continue reading

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How I Got Off 5 Meds After 20 Years

How I Got Off 5 Meds After 20 Years

A few days ago we got an email from AA that was so inspiring we wanted to share it with all of you. Thanks AA for allowing us to publish: Dear Fooducate, I can’t thank you enough for this application.  … Continue reading

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