Constantly tempted by sweets or salty snacks? If cravings keep your weight at a plateau, take heart. It’s possible to let go of cravings — most people just don’t go about it the right way. These tips from our dietitians should help.
Does chocolate start calling your name around 2 p.m.? Does that bag of potato chips start talking to you an hour after dinner? Discover why you may be craving sweets or salty foods and how to listen better to your body.
The less you focus on restricting and categorizing foods and the more you focus on creating healthy behaviors around food and exercise, the healthier your body — and mind — will be.
We all want to be heart-healthy, and ensuring healthy levels of cholesterol — a fat, or lipid, carried through the bloodstream — is the first step. Learn the steps that you can take to lower your risks of heart attack and stroke.
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