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How to Eat Lower on the Glycemic Index
All the carbohydrate foods we eat cause a release of glucose into the bloodstream—and a corresponding rise in insulin—...
Game Plan for Holidays and Parties
Many parties and holiday celebrations center on tempting foods and drinks—but with a game plan, you’ll be able to relax...
Step 7. Have a Long-Term Plan
As you reach your weight-loss goals, you’re ready for the final step: creating a long-term strategy that will help your...
Step 6. Get Support
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Losing weight is challenging—we can’t expect to do it alone. As you make your...
Step 5. Commit to Move More
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Exercise makes weight loss much easier—but more importantly people who move...
Step 4. Eat Mindfully
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Healthy eating means getting a variety of foods in moderation—not making any...
Step 3. Track Yourself
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Self-awareness is self-motivation; by keeping track of your behavior, you...
Step 2. Set Goals
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. The next step on your weight-loss journey is to decide what kind of weight...
Step 1. Make Sure You're Ready for Change
Take a moment to assess what you’ll gain by losing weight, and the sacrifices you’ll need to make. Weigh the balance to...
Staying Positive May Help You Get Healthier
Many of us have a tendency to think about healthy behaviors in black-and-white extremes: chocolate is bad, carrots are...
EatingWell Diet Recipes and Menus
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet book. The EatingWell Mix & Match Menus are designed to inspire newcomers to our...
Think Small - Portion-Control Savvy
We’re eating more calories than ever, and a leading culprit is how often we eat prepared foods away from home. Whether...
Getting Support
An exercise buddy who motivates you to show up for an early-morning walk…a neighbor who can watch your kids while you...
Expert Advice on Losing Weight and Keeping It Off
In this section, you’ll find answers to key questions about losing weight and keeping it off. “Shouldn’t I be cutting...
Essential Weight-Loss Tools
Getting to know where you are is essential in figuring out where you want to be. The EatingWell Diet is full of tools...
5 Healthy Food Choices at the Airport, Train or Bus Station
Traveling often means being faced with limited food choices on the road or in airport, train or bus stations. These...
What Are Your Eating Triggers?
What makes you eat? Each of us has different eating triggers, and some might be more obvious than others. (Rereading...
Celebrate Your Weight-Loss Success
However far you’ve come on your weight-loss journey, you have plenty to celebrate. Just making one behavioral change...
7 Strategies to Deal with Weight-Loss Plateaus
You’re losing weight at a nice, steady pace, and things are going well...then all of a sudden, the scale doesn’t budge...
6-Step Plan for Preventing Diet Relapses
Everyone has lapses—but what’s the difference between those who can recover, and who can’t? When researchers looked at...
Servings vs. Portions
Note that a “serving” and a “portion” are often used interchangeably, but they’re not the same thing. A serving is a...
7 Ways to Size Down Your Portions
These days, eating out—at least some of the time—is normal. And whether they come from a restaurant, takeout or vending...
Food Equivalencies
Grains and Starchy Vegetables One serving or “ounce equivalent” = 1 slice bread 1⁄2 English muffin 1⁄2 medium (2-...
How to Get the Weight-Loss Support You Need
Because losing weight can be so challenging, we can’t expect to do it alone. In fact, in all my years of working in...
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