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How Not to Overeat on Super Bowl Sunday
Wings, pizza, chips, and other high-calorie snacks are a few of the major players, at many Super Bowl parties. With all the excitement and hoopla, it is very easy to load up on these snacks and consume extra calories as well. If you’re not cautious, you could consume well over 3,500 calories, during the game. […]More
Start the New Year with a New You!
Each new year signals the start of something fresh and new. Maybe you have goals for a new career, relationship, better finances, and better health. But where do you start? The beginning of all things start with a single thought. The changes you want to see in the new year start with you! That’s right! […]More
Healthify Your Halloween!
If you’re trying to stay healthy, don’t be tricked by all the treats, at Halloween! In just one day, it is easy to destroy all your good efforts to eat right and exercise, by loading up on sugary, high-calorie sweets. I know it is tempting; you tell yourself that you’ll have just one mini Hershey […]More
Take Baby Steps Towards Healthy Eating
If you’ve been thinking a lot about eating healthier, but can’t seem to find the discipline to do so, then try working towards healthy eating by taking baby steps. Instead of being so critical of yourself for not having the strength to just jump in, move towards your ultimate goal one step at a time. […]More
Healthy Super Bowl Snacks
Instead of serving store-bought snacks high in calories, fat, and sodium, try preparing healthier snacks at your Super Bowl party. Check out the healthy Super Bowl recipes below from EatingWell. You’re sure to score winning points with your guests! (photo courtesy of EatingWell.com) Southwestern Layered Bean Dip (photo courtesy of EatingWell.com) Boneless Buffalo Wings (photo […]More