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Girlfriends' Diet Club: The Weight-Loss Program That Helped 3 Women Lose 60 Pounds
One afternoon, just as Judy Lester was headed out of town with her family, her neighbor Nancy Roscigno called to say...
What Is the Paleo Diet?
Our diet and lifestyle have evolved more quickly than our physiology, leading to health and weight problems, say...
EatingWell 7-Day Meal Plan Help
Our menus are simple to follow and designed by EatingWell’s nutrition staff with a variety of healthy, delicious...
Eat Less Just By Picturing Yourself Doing It
Curb overeating... by first visualizing yourself eating the tempting food—slowly. When presented with a pile of M&...
Sweet News for Dieters
It may be easier to stick to your diet if it includes a little sweet treat! Banning sugary foods could lead to...
Chew More to Curb Hunger
Chew more, curb hunger. That’s what researchers concluded in a recent study in the American Journal of Clinical...
Yoga for Weight Loss
If you’ve ever been skeptical of celebrities who attribute their fit and slim bodies to “just yoga,” new research may...
3 Weight-Loss Myths Debunked
MYTH: You can lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks. TRUTH: You probably can lose 10 pounds in two weeks if you crash diet but you’...
EatingWell's 500-Calorie Dinner Challenge
The best way to lose weight is to set a daily calorie goal and keep yourself accountable to that goal by keeping a food...
How many calories do you eat in a day?
* I have no idea * 1,500 calories or less * 1,500-2,000 calories * 2,000+ calories
What Does a 1,500-Calorie Diet Look Like?
Most people will lose weight on a daily diet of 1,500 calories, which is the total calorie count for all the food...
Fight Fat with Breakfast
Eating a meal made with “slow-release” carbohydrates, such as oatmeal or bran cereal, before you exercise may help you...
Navigating Restaurants
Americans spend more than half of their food dollars in restaurants—places where the main goal is to get you to eat...
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...
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