Got Sugar Cravings? 4 Truths About Sugar (Part 1 of 2)

The bad news: sugar addiction is now a huge worldwide problem. The good news: you can still indulge your sweet tooth--if you do it right.

Budget-Friendly Ways to Manage Your Weight

There’s a widespread myth that eating healthy is more expensive than eating unhealthier processed foods. And while the price tags on organic products may be higher, there are lots of ways that eating healthier foods will actually save you money. Here are some strategies to stretch your food budget while eating healthy, delicious food.
Is Whole Wheat Bread Actually Healthie

Is Whole Wheat Bread Actually Healthier than White Bread?

You should know that there’s often almost no difference between most whole wheat breads and white bread. Here’s an explanation why – and what kind of bread will actually get the job done.

Are You Feeding Your Fat? Here’s How to Feed Your Body Instead

An important new study examines how some foods feed your fat and other foods feed your body. It turns out that not all calories are created equal. In fact, some are a lot worse for you, leading your body to …

10 Ways to Get Unstuck When You Hit a Plateau

Anyone trying to lose weight dreads hitting a plateau: that point when your weight loss stalls, even though you’re still following your program. Here’s how to get off the plateau.

Getting a Handle on Emotional Eating

High-calorie food often represents warm, loving, comforting memories. Hunger is a deep, ancient reflex and powerful fear because it was such a norm in human history. Emotional eating—which most of us do from time to time—combines all these things.

Becoming a Mindful Eater

Mindless eating simply refers to the behavior of eating without noticing. Most of us don’t overeat because we’re hungry, but rather because of other external influences, such as prompts in our environment ‘telling’ us to eat - whether it’s a TV commercial, or the person behind the counter asking us if we ‘wanted anything to eat with that?’.

Menopause and Weight Loss

Many of us going through menopause also face unwanted weight gain—especially around our waists. But we’re not doomed to this weight gain—and getting rid of it doesn’t require calorie-counting, restricted eating, hunger and deprivation.

It's a Family Matter: Healthy Eating Tips for All

You've decided you want to lose weight and eat healthier. Great! So what does that mean for the rest of the family?