Ever been angry or upset one minute and then on your couch eating the next, unable to remember why you started eating or how long you had spent munching? If so, then you have entered the world of emotional eating. It’s something than can ha... Read more
Birthday parties, holidays and other social events provide ample opportunity to relax and have a great time with friends and family. Attending a party when you're trying to lose weight is hard enough; for many people with diabetes, an invitation... Read more
The idea that placing dishes of raw onions around the home would stave off illness dates back to the massive flu outbreak of 1919. The thinking went that halved onions could absorb germs. Even though that particular onion "fact" is merely a... Read more
Even though a snack, particularly a packaged one, only has 100 calories doesn't mean it's a healthy choice that will keep you satisfied until your next meal. Instead of reaching for a tiny bag of processed treats, go for real food with real f... Read more
If you're new to exercise, overweight, or dealing with pain caused by an injury or a chronic condition like arthritis, your doctor may have recommended that you start a low-impact workout program. But what does "low impact" really mean&... Read more
Hi everyone! I'm trying to limit my iodine intake due to a thyroid issue, and was wondering how you can tell which foods have iodine in them. For example, my doctor told me not to eat sushi (due to the seaweed) for the next month (I'm getting a test... Read more
I have a 30lb dog who is handicapped. When I take his sisters on long walks I like to take him with us in a wooden amish style wagon. I'm pulling him and the wagon, which is about 20lbs, for at least 30 - 45 minutes. So there a way to calculate ho... Read more
This is sort of a request - and may be in the wrong place. I was reading an old sparkblog which compared the cost of "fast food" to the amt of food which could be purchased at a local store for the same amt. I think those are good comparisons and h... Read more
The fiber in eggplant can lower cholesterol and prevent the absorption of fat. It may also help in the prevent of cancer. Eggplant is a low calorie food, great for, a side dish, casserole, soups, stews, or as eggplant burger. Low in protein eggpl... Read more
People tend to eat the same amount of food weight-wise daily. So instead of a lot of high calorie food, simply replace with lots of low calorie food. Once you see the scale move, start looking at nutrition.... Read more
Tina Haupert is one of the nation's most popular food bloggers. At Carrots 'N' Cake.com, she blogs about her life as a health writer, wife and mother to one adorable pug named Murphy. She lets readers inside her home, her cupboards and her fridge, sh... Read more
Celery is often wrongly touted as an example of a negative calorie food. People like to believe low calorie foods like celery take more calories to digest them than they contain so they have no influence on weight. Unfortunately, there is no such thi... Read more
I am always searching for low calorie but very satisfying low calorie food. I don't snack anymore so that is a good thing but I do look for meals I can eat that are high volume and satisfying. I was eating a lot of egg whites but got tired of them.... Read more
I was just thinking about the low calorie foods I love to eat and would love to hear other people's.
1.Strawberry's are on the top for me.
2. Cooked bay shrimp cold with cocktail sauce.
3. Grilled zuchini ( I use spray oil and grandulated... Read more
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