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What is the Difference Between Saturated Fats and Unsaturated Fats

October 31, 2012

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Saturated Fats vs Unsaturated Fats

Many of us have heard the term saturated fats, but we may not understand exactly what saturated fats are, or how they work exactly. While we have been told to avoid saturated fats, most of us don’t know why and moreover, whether unsaturated fats should be avoided as well. Here is some information on the […]

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Some Diet Tips That You Have Never Thought Of

April 1, 2012

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Dieting is hard work, and mainly because you are attempting to change a habit that is fully ingrained in your brain and body. Your body needs the amount of food that you have been feeding, and the high sugar and fat content. At least, that’s what your body thinks. The truth is, that you can […]

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Five Tips to Create a Low Fat Diet

March 8, 2012

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When you are trying to stick to a low fat diet, there are some severe challenged that are faced, because if you have been feeding your body a great deal of fat in the past (or sugar, carbohydrates or other types of food) then it will have become used to getting that amount and will […]

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Fat Burning Foods That Make Weight Loss Easier

March 2, 2012

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When trying to lose weight, you need every advantage you can get, and adding some of these fat burning foods to your diet will certainly give you one. Fat burning foods are those that increase your body’s ability to burn fat for the same amount of calories as other foods. While any weight loss plan […]

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Snacks That Contain Almost No Calories

February 11, 2012

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Most of us love to snack. Whether we are right in the middle of a great novel, or watching a movie, we love to snack on something, but for those that are trying to lose weight, it can be challenging to choose healthy snacks. In fact, many dieters think that they shouldn’t be snacking at […]

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Are TV Dinners Healthy?

January 27, 2012

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TV dinners are one of the easiest and most convenient meals out there. They can be cooked in the microwave and take just a few minutes to prepare, and come in a wide variety of flavors and food choices. But TV dinners get a bad rep when it comes to dieting, because most people believe […]

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Healthy Diet Plan -10 Diet Tips for Guys Who Hate to Cook

January 25, 2012

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Ten Diet┬áTips for Guys Who Hate to Cook Guys that don’t cook, and prefer to eat out or cook something simple in the microwave may have a harder time than others losing weight, because they don’t have as many choices for eating healthy. However, there are some healthy diet options even for the man who […]

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The Benefits of a Cholesterol Diet

December 26, 2011

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High Cholesterol Diet

Cholesterol is a substance produced in all of us that is necessary for us to live, but having too much cholesterol can be very dangerous, and one of the most common health risk in the United States is high cholesterol. Staring a cholesterol diet that will reduce the amount of this substance in the body […]

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Weight Control & Portion Control

December 20, 2011

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Weight Control

How is Portion Control & Weight Control Related? One of the most important aspects of controlling your weight is the portion size you use. There is quite a bit of research out there that suggests that people eat what is put in front of them, either from being conditioned in their formative years to clean […]

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Why Should You Add Dairy to Your Diet

December 12, 2011

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Belly Fat Diet

For years, dairy was touted as evil when it came to losing weight, but new research shows that not only are dairy products not unhealthy for weight loss, but they can actually increase your weight loss as much as one hundred percent. This little known fact was introduced in a BBC documentary and tested in […]

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