This is How Your Kitchen Countertop Indicates Your Weight

This is How Your Kitchen Countertop Indicates Your Weight

For dieters, willpower is a limited commodity. That’s why it’s important to set up an environment that won’t challenge your mental fortitude and tempt you to make the wrong decisions.  One of the most important environments is your kitchen, and … Continue reading

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The Bogus BMI

The Bogus BMI

There’s a great read on The Body Mass Index (BMI) over at Mother Jones. This is the standard unit of measurement used to assess a person’s health via assumptions about overweight and obesity. Adopted in the 80′s by the health … Continue reading

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Lost Weight? 5 Ways to Keep it Off for Good

Lost Weight? 5 Ways to Keep it Off for Good

This is a guest post by Elisa Zied, MS, RDN, CDN. If you recently lost weight—even just a few pounds, or upwards of 20 to 50 pounds or more—chances are you’re enjoying the glory many of us feel when we … Continue reading

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The Fat Lie We Tell Ourselves

The Fat Lie We Tell Ourselves

Some interesting stats on Americans’ weight and attitudes were published by Gallup yesterday. As everyone know, over the last 20 years our collective waistline has grown and we have gained an average of 15 pounds of weight per person. But … Continue reading

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