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Calorie Control Council advisor Carolyn O'Neil, registered dietitian and author of the “Slim Down South Cookbook”, sat down with us to discuss how to embrace the holidays and all the...
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in America. Now that the weather is warm and we have extended hours of sunshine, it’s time to celebrate physical activity in our lives! The...
You don't have to give up your holiday favorites in the name of health. In fact, there are plenty of nutrient-rich, lower-calorie versions of classic holiday dishes that you can add into your menu....
How can I avoid gaining weight over the holidays? It’s a question Americans ask every year. It’s commonly believed that Americans gain, on average, 5-10 pounds between Thanksgiving...
As the weather gets warmer, you might find yourself feeling “mucho” enthusiasm for Mexican inspired food. Tex-mex and Tradtional Mexican dishes are a favorite at the dinner table and at...
For people who have dieted this year and are trying to maintain a healthful weight, turkey leftovers — without the stuffing — may be a smart strategy going forward, according to a new...
The winter holidays have passed, the weather is warming up and outdoor activity has become convenient and enjoyable once again. Spring is officially in the air – which means the summer swimsuit...
Appetizers:Sun-Dried Tomato Spread on Zucchini SlicesSmoked Salmon Spread on Cucumber SlicesDinner:Herb Roasted Turkey BreastRoasted Vegetable Savory Bread DressingLower-Fat GravyRosemary Sweet...
How can I avoid Halloween weight gain without missing out on the fun? It's a question we all ask every October. Between holiday parties and baskets filled with high-calorie sweets, it's little...
John D. Fernstrom, PhD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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