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Tip #1: Eat breakfast every day. Breakfast-eaters tend to consume more nutrients and fewer calories tha... Read more
Skim and almond and soy, oh my! The days of the milkman dropping off either whole or skim milk are long gone. These days, there's a dairy (or non-dairy) variety to meet every taste, dietary requirement and lifestyle—and they don't alway... Read more
Imagine a gym you can commute to in seconds. It’s open 24-hours, so you can come and go as you please—on your time. It’s comfortable, and you feel completely at ease when you work out there. Oh, and membership is... Read more
Researchers from the University of Tennessee asked overweight women to clip on pedometers to track their steps. They divided these women into two groups. One group was told to aim for 10,000 steps a day (the common recommendation considered to be &qu... Read more
Marketers invest millions to convince us that we need the latest and greatest cleaning spray, detergent, and paper towel, so it’s not surprising that tidying up can quickly become a budgetary mess. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor... Read more
Who has their calorie range goal set to adjust according to exercise? Is this beneficial or not? I had mine set to add calories as I exercised and I seem to eat more. What do you think? #exercise #food #help... Read more
Calorie counts seem to be high, 1200 calories for 3 hours of cleaning? If its right awesome but I don't wanna cheat myself. Also the rec bike at the gym has me burning 330 for 13mph(for a full hour)And I think this site shows 750ish? #techsupport... Read more
i try to eat 3 small calorie meals, 3 snacks as well. when i eat, my plate is FULL. hubby is telling me its not healthy to force myself to eat it all, to atop when im full but if i dont, i dont get my daily calories. helpful advice?... Read more
The heart rate monitors and calorie counters on exercise machines aren't very accurate. I have a heart rate monitor that has an alarm when I'm not in the target zone for cardio and it counts calories. It's like having a personal trainer to tell you... Read more
Before I joined SparkPeople.com I was using a free Smart Phone App called Calorie Counter. Now I use it as an additional resource for being able to track calories not found at SP. The one feature that I really like about it, is that it has a bar cod... Read more
Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve made another update to the SparkPeople Mobile app! This update is for iOS users, and if you’ve updated your app today, you’ve already seen the changes. (Note: we rolled out these cha... Read more
The dailySpark is celebrating its first anniversary! We couldn't have reached this milestone without devoted and engaged readers such as yourselves, so we would like to say thanks for making this such a successful, fun year.We've been launchi... Read more
Well, calorie intake does not seem to be my problem. Going to go for a months worth of data. I will up my excercise based on what I see by the end of the month. Energy levels haven't changed. I'm not doing so great with the water intake; unless y... Read more
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