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- The Truth About Running Vs. Walking for Weight Loss
The whole question of what kind of exercise is best for weight loss or weight control is a tangled and complicated one. Does the exercise burn mostly fat or carbs? Does it stimulate "afterburn" after the workout is done? Does it leave you feeling extra-h
- 8 Summer Foods that Flatten Your Belly
Want to look better in your bathing suit? Eat more fat. Strange as it may sound, studies show that monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs), a type of plant-based fat, fight heart disease and help you lose weight from your most troublesome spot--your belly.
- 6 Delicious Burrito Recipes to Make at Home
Why does everyone choose to go out for a burrito? Well, there are several very good reasons - convenience being one, and what seems like a pretty fair price-to-effort ratio being another. In layman's terms, they're not very expensive, and they seem like a lot of work to make. But are they?Related: The Best Burritos in AmericaAll of the recipes featured here can be made at home for about $34 or less, excluding the cost of small amounts of basic ingredients such as butter, oil, flour, sugar, salt, pepper, and other dried herbs and spices. ...
- What Your Nail Shape Says About Your Health
The shape, width and length of your fingernails can tell you a lot about your health. Find out if yours are signaling an underlying issue.
- Headhunter for the Rich Turns on Them
Adrian Barrie Smith, who recruits housekeeping staff for the wealthy, has sued several well-known Wall Street financiers and even the comedian Jerry Seinfeld on charges of breach of contract and discrimination....
- 5 Pointless Salad Ingredients
You get a pat on the back for choosing to have a salad, but take two points off for getting breaded chicken over grilled. Of course, it doesn't work that way, but we can help make a good choice even better. The reasoning? Make the salad work harder for you by not filling it with a lot of pointless, empty-calorie ingredients. That means foregoing the croutons and chow mein noodles but getting the same salty, crunchy deliciousness in a healthier way, like toasted sesame seeds, which serve up calcium and iron. ...
- 12 Healthiest Gorcery Store Finds to Always Have in Your Kitchen
By Joy Bauer, RDA healthy diet starts with a healthy kitchen. But how can you tell which supermarket selections are best for your body? Approved by nutrition expert Joy Bauer, RD, these snacks, drinks and more are tops for taste and your health.Power PacksNuts are an ideal snack since they're full of protein, fiber and "good" fats, and these packs are perfect portion control.Blue Diamond 100-Calorie Almond Packs, $23.67 for a 6-pack; Amazon.comSoup for the SoulKids and adults alike will love this healthier bowl of noodles. ...
- How Being a Foster Parent Helped Me See the Benefits of Fast Food
I'm slowly learning to let go when my foster daughter is fed fast food during her family visits. It's common knowledge that fast food is the focus of family visits. New case workers and foster parents usually freak-out and then eventually understand it as par for the course. It took me longer than average to get to a place of acceptance. I saw the mom of my 1st foster baby feed him a french fry when he was only a few weeks old. Born at 25 weeks gestation, in my mind he was actually negative a few weeks old if you catch my drift. ...