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One of the challenges of hailing from a family of four girls is the competitiveness. For instance, one of our great fears is being "the fat one" at family reunions. Is this barbaric, superficial, and destructive? Yes, yes and yes. But keep in mind you are talking to women who grew up in an era where beauty trumped comfort or safety.
This is the time of year millions of Americans make ambitious commitments to get in better physical shape for the new year, but many end up back on their couches by February. We spoke with a fitness expert on how to makes sure you're still hitting the gym this time next year.
Fracas over new food scoring system showcases the perils of rankings based on nutrient formulas
Greek? Bulgarian? Full-fat or nonfat? Nondairy? The possibilities seem endless these days.

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At least initially, it doesn't seem to make sense that sugary junk-food cereals are back in style. In many other aspects of American eating, we've been moving away from artifice and vice. Fast-food companies tout freshness. Salad chains are hot. "Plant-based eating" is the buzz-phrase for the year. Trendy paleo and keto diets made eschewing sugar cool. Companies have worked to eliminate artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.
The accompanying recipes, starting with this honey-glazed salmon, each are designed to address a specific habit that can help you make a shift toward eating better in a way that is so simple and pleasurable that it will feel good to go there.

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Make conscious choices, learn to "surf the urge" and have a plan for food pushers.
An apple a day, they say. Whoever first penned that famous adage (oh, hey - the Welsh, apparently?) was not standing in front of a bountiful farmers-market stand in the fall. Whether it's straight out of hand or in a salad, sauce or pie, it can f...
DULUTH, Minn--Since he turned 50, Scott Thompson has tried to stay on top of his water intake. He drinks two to three glasses before his morning coffee. He's sure to stay hydrated throughout the day, and he has two glasses when he gets home from ...

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