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Is It OK to Eat Sugary Fruit?

Lately, it feels like we’re in the throes of sugar-phobia. And, to be fair, it’s not without good reason. The popular media, trusted health organizations (like the American Heart Association, World Health Organization and National Academy of Medicine)

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8 Signs You’re Eating Too Much Sugar

Sugar is delicious. Anyone who denies that is lying. But because life is unfair, sugar, especially in copious amounts, is really bad for your health. In fact, once you learn about all the ways sugar impacts your body, it’s difficult to look at it t

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67 Science-Backed Weight Loss Strategies | MyFitnessPal

Making small changes each day is one way to get started, but it’s important to remember that just because a weight-loss strategy works for someone else ...

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Ask the Dietitian: What's the Best Carb, Protein and Fat Breakdown for Weight Loss? | MyFitnessPal

Between all of the different diet trends and conflicting research findings out there, it seems we’re more confused than ever about what and how much to eat, particularly when it comes to protein, carbohydrates and fat. While there’s no one combination

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Negative Food Messages – The “Forbidden Fruit” Effect

Reverse psychology: sometimes it works like a charm, sometimes it backfires. Oftentimes, telling someone not to do something is the surest way to get them to do it. “Whatever you do, don’t look in the closet!” “No, really, don’t buy me a birthda

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The Myths of Calories & Weight Management: Part 1

Weight loss and calorie counting seems to be an old idea resistant to change for many, despite new literature proving the idea to be both unscientific and ineffective. Sadly, the most obese individuals are often those who staunchly hold onto the idea of c

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Your Job May Be The Reason Why You're Fat

A certain kind of job stress can be so difficult to deal with it winds up contributing to an employee's waistline.

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Numbers don't lie: Sugar driving high obesity rates

The American Heart Association recommends 6 or less teaspoons of sugar per day for women, and 9 or less teaspoons for men, but the average consumption is 22 or more teaspoons daily.