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Make This Year Your Best Yet!

December 29, 2015

Hopefully you enjoyed a relaxing holiday with family and friends. I find that this is a good week to catch up and start thinking about my goals for the coming year. If weight loss is one of your goals this…Read More

Winning the War on Holiday Weight Gain

December 21, 2015

During this time of the year, temptations exist everywhere. From office potlucks to ugly holiday sweater parties, to family get-togethers where the mashed potatoes are made with potatoes, not cauliflower, and your grandma is asking you to try just “one…Read More

Put Down Your Fork: How to Overcome Overeating

December 8, 2015

Do you have trouble putting down your fork? Do you eat what’s left on your kids’ plates, simply because it’s there? Do you sometimes munch mindlessly when you’re sad or stressed out? Do you often consume all…Read More

Be Thankful for These Thanksgiving Tips

November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving is often a marathon of cooking and eating, culminating in feeling as stuffed as a turkey. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Try the following suggestions so you can truly enjoy this holiday without any adding…Read More

Let’s Talk About Low-Carb Breakfasts—There’s More Than Eggs

November 17, 2015

Breakfast is a very important meal and one of my favorites. In fact, eating breakfast every day is great for weight loss and overall health; it is strongly associated with a reduced risk of a spectrum of metabolic conditions, including…Read More

Seven “Side Effects” of Controlling Carbs

November 8, 2015

In addition to losing weight, here are some other pleasant side effects you may experience when you control your carbs:1. You start burning fat.When you cut back on carbs, your body starts burning fat for energy, instead of sugar…Read More

What’s the Beef With Red Meat?

October 29, 2015

“Red Meat Causes Cancer”“Bacon Could Kill You”These are examples of some of the sensational headlines in the news this week. According to the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) report, red meat should be…Read More

Skimp on Carbs, Not Fat

October 28, 2015

I feel like I am sharing new, exciting information like this with you every week that continues to support the Atkins Diet. And here I go again. New research in the journal in PLOS ONE shows that reducing your carbohydrate…Read More

Dietary Fat Consumption is Trending Up

October 21, 2015

The Credit Suisse Research Institute recently published Fat: The New Health Paradigm, a report based on over 400 medical research papers and books, global databases on food consumption and interviews from academic and industry experts that analyzed the changing role of…Read More

The U.S. Dietary Guidelines Need a Disclaimer

October 7, 2015

We are in the middle of a health crisis. Every five years, the U.S. government releases its dietary guidelines, which are supposed to help Americans make healthy food choices. While its recommendations may be appropriate for 25% of the population…Read More

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