Yes, you do have time to eat healthy this year!

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Sadly, willpower doesn’t always win. Stress and life? Those get in the way, too. Therefore your attempt at eating healthy is usually the first to go. But Happy New Year, readers! January marks the start of resolution season, and weight loss typically tops the list. What are you going to do differently this year? There is an often forgotten weight management secret – a secret that doesn’t require detox dieting or cardboard meals. This secret is a simple, yet powerful, habit to develop.



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Preparation! That’s it! Without this, even the most dedicated healthy

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Dangerous Side Effects of Eating ‘Healthy’ Fast Food, According to Experts

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It’s January, and most of us have announced to our friends and family some sort of New Year’s resolution pertaining to our health. Losing belly fat and exercising may be high on the list, but eating better food should be too. If you’re a frequent customer at fast-food chains, it may seem like simply opting for “healthier” menu items could be enough to achieve better health outcomes, but the truth is, even lighter menu options at places like Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, or Wendy’s is still considered fast food—and they are still worse than a simple homemade vegetable-forward meal with

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How To Maintain A Healthy Relationship If You Have An Eating Disorder

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Eating disorders can range vastly in how they take hold and take a toll on someone’s life — but the one thing they have in common is that they can be all-consuming, isolating illnesses. Beyond affecting someone’s relationship with food, they can also have quite an impact on their relationships with loved ones, too. Fortunately, experts say that having support from a loving partner can actually be immensely beneficial to your recovery process. If you’re wondering how to maintain a healthy relationship if you have an eating disorder, here’s the most important thing to remember: maintaining an open line

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Canyon Ranch Helps The Whole Family With Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

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Yes, it is that time of year to get in shape and eat more vegetables. The challenge is even more difficult this year since many people continue to work from home, just steps away from the refrigerator. Teens are learning remotely, and most sports have been cancelled. How can you get everyone in your family off the couch and into the great outdoors? Destination spas, which are incredibly appealing to adults, tend not to welcome kids. But Canyon Ranch is an exception; their properties offers numerous family-friendly activities and welcome kids ages 14-17. 

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How healthy eating can help boost the immune system

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How does what you eat affect your chances of fighting infection such as the coronavirus? A Virginia Tech professor explains how diet can make a difference.

How does what you eat affect your chances of fighting viruses such as the coronavirus? A Virginia Tech professor detailed how diet can make a difference.

“I think the biggest mistake people are making is (thinking) there is nothing they can do beyond social isolation to defend themselves against infections,” said Carlin Rafie, an assistant professor at Virginia Tech and a registered dietitian.

Rafie has expertise in nutrition and dietetics, focused on health

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Madison LeCroy Kicks Off 2021 with a 30-Day Clean-Eating Plan: Photos

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Madison LeCroy is kicking off 2021 strong. The Southern Charm beauty recently revealed that she’s starting off the new year with a 30-day clean-eating plan, taking to Instagram to share a look at exactly what foods she’s keeping on hand in her fridge in the coming weeks.

On January 1, Madison spilled the details on the changes she’s making to her diet in the new year. The Charleston mom, who has always been an avid fitness buff, is stepping up her game by following a month-long plan that focuses on veggies, proteins, and healthy fats and does away with dairy,

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These 20 healthy eating tips for golfers helped me lose 40 pounds

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As 2020 comes to a close and we turn the page to 2021, GOLF staffers are taking a minute to reflect on … whatever they want. Welcome to 20 for 20.

Between all the shutdowns, lockdowns and quarantines, most people spent more time than they’d like stuck inside this year, not getting as much exercise as they usually would. Thankfully, the golf course has been a welcome source of exercise for so many golfers. But if you want to play more golf and use 2021 as a year to shed a few pounds, there are a few things I learned … Read More

How Much Sugar Should You Eat in a Day?

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We know, we know, already!

Americans consume far too much sugar, and overdoing it on the sweet stuff puts you at greater risk for chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. No bueno! Experts emphasize that there’s nothing wrong with foods in which sugar occurs naturally (think, fruits and milk) but getting too much added sugar (that would be in sodas and other drinks, cookies, and cakes, and even random places like ketchup and salad dressing) is what has Americans taking in more than the roughly 200 calories worth of sugar that the Centers for Disease Control

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These 9 tips from a nutritionist will help you eat healthy and clean in 2021

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Everyone loves food! That said, not everyone eats healthy or right. That’s why today I am sharing my top clean eating tips for anybody who wants to get healthy and eat better. 

My definition of eating healthy and clean is simply this: eating real whole unprocessed foods as close to their natural state as possible most of the time.

So you need to eat foods like vegetables, fruits, healthy sources of carbohydrates like sweet potatoes and grains, and healthy fats like avocados, nuts, and seeds.

One of the most important ways of eating healthy is not to jump on the

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Plant-Based Eating Prep Tips From Liz Moody

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To me, one of the best changes to happen in the food world last year was the start of the end of diet culture. People are realizing that being healthy should make you feel good—satisfied, satiated, and filled with energy—rather than deprived, hungry, and weak.

How we get there, though, can feel overwhelming. We’re bombarded with so many contradictory messages that raise more questions that answers: Should we try keto? Go vegan? What type of alternative flour is best? The solution, however, is shockingly simple. In my years interviewing doctors on my podcast and as research for articles, I

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