We spend more money and waste more calories by dining out than ever before. The US Department of Agriculture estimates that we eat 29% of our meals away from home. And the National Restaurant Association says that these meals take up 44% of our food... Read more
Does your favorite restaurant serve piles of tempting foods on platters rather than plates? Are the biggie-sized meals at fast food restaurants trapping you into overeating? How do you deal with a bountiful breadbasket? Eating out is fun and relaxing... Read more
You know that breakfast is important, but when you're in a pinch in the morning, sometimes fast food is the quickest option. It's no secret that fast food isn't the healthiest or most nutritious option, but when it's the only option,... Read more
Living alone is not without benefits—peace and quiet whenever you need it, undisturbed organization and order (or guilt-free sloppiness), and room to stretch out and relax. But some things are just more fun when you have someone to share them w... Read more
Your fridge is stocked with fresh produce, lean meats and low fat dairy products, there’s a whole grain baguette in the bread box, and your pantry has been purged of tempting junk foods. Eating healthy at home is a breeze.
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Hi, I have not been on Sparkpeople for maybe 5 or 6 years. I am a Diabetic and have started a diabetic diet to try to reverse my diabetes. I have been on a very low carb diet the last month, under 20 grams of carbs a day. I have lost 13 # and got... Read more
I'm waiting for gallbladder surgery July 21st and have been instructed by the surgeon to eat as low fat as possible until that time. I've been doing really well I think (around 16 gr of fat per day). Just wondering if anyone has any tips I may not... Read more
I did liquid diet for Lent one year, and I was miserable the whole time. I always felt hungry because I missed chewing my food and juice doesn't give me enough energy. It also screws with my blood sugar a lot when I don't get enough protein.... Read more
Diet impacts weight loss/gain more than activity, but it's still good to keep your heart healthy with exercise. Stick with your diet and make sure you get all your macros and fruit/veggie servings every day.... Read more
I know I'd fail that diet miserably because I'm carb-sensitive. I have to eat more protein and fat to keep from feeling like my body is eating itself and to sustain my workouts. Glad you figured it out and can adjust.... Read more
using spark people .com as shown me you can eat any food in moderation the diet plan and food tracker gives me the confidence to plan what i can add to the menu and known that i will stay on track i have found that with spark diet plan the food is... Read more
Since the response to our Food on the Run series has been so positive, we thought it would be nice to sit down and relax a bit.Casual dining restaurants are not as good about sharing their nutrition information as the fast food folks. However, there... Read more
Last week the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released news of two proposed regulations related to calorie labeling. As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act passed into law last year, calorie and nutrition information in designate... Read more
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