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Your health is important to you - and to your loved ones! In our health blogs, you'll find articles about a wide range of health topics - from how to grocery shop for your family to how to get the best sleep to keep you feeling your best. These blogs, written by a variety of health and fitness experts, can help you learn how to be your healthiest you!

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MrBadFood
John’s “common man” approach, which strikes a chord with many overweight Americans, was honed during ...

Diet Diva
Sarah Dussault, a name you may recognize as Senior Video Producer here at Diet.com, brings the Diet Diva ...

BrandDoctorKerry
Kerry McLeod, PSHFC (Practitioner in the Science of Healthy Food Choices), is eBrandAid.com’s chief “Brand ...

penny wise
Penny Wise is a woman who loves food, fun and family but doesn’t like spending a lot of money on any of them! Her ...

Bachelor Guy
With knowledge accumulated from a life as a cook, handyman, fitness instructor, college professor, product ...

DrV
Frederic J. Vagnini, M.D., is a board certified Heart & Vascular Surgeon. In recent years he has devoted his ...

Recent Health Blogs
10 Best Snacks: The Countdown Continues...
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 28, 2008
Blog: Healthy Eating Tips, Tricks and more!
By SavvySnacker
Now that I’ve kicked off my top favorite snacks, I figured I’d keep the ball rolling and reveal the #7 and #8 snacks on this delectable list. OK, here it goes…. Wait for it… Wait for it… #8: Trail Mix! Yes, this is only for those with ...
Amazing Shoes Turn A Walk Into A Workout!
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 28, 2008
Blog: Weekly Diet News Digest
By JohnMc
What do you get when you mix cutting-edge science and technology with a pair of well-made athletic shoes? You get a great way to turn a leisurely, stress-free walk into a calorie-burning workout! Jump higher? Run faster? Tone and strengthen muscles just ...
So, What's Bird Nest Soup Made From?
Posted @ 2:31pm ET on April 25, 2008
Blog: Mr. Bad Food
By MrBadFood
This Soup’s for the Birds! Menu writers sometimes get clever and brand dishes with a wacky name that only sounds gross. Take “bird's nest soup” for instance… Oops, scratch that. Bird’s nest soup is really made from bird nests! In fact, it’s even worse ...
Hittin' The Beach... With Cellulite!
Posted @ 8:48am ET on April 25, 2008
Blog: Fighting Cellulite: Truths & Myths
By LionelBissoon
Special for Diet.com by Lionel Bissoon MD The approach of cellulite viewing season tends to precipitate fear in women when it comes to going to the beach. Women are now starting to look at their legs, buy swim suits, make vacation and travel plans, ...
Limiting Screen Time, Boosting Activity
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 24, 2008
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
“Screen” time – the time we spend watching TV or working at our computers – is linked to a rise in sedentary behaviors and obesity rates. Most screen time activities are sedentary activities that compete for how people spend their limited leisure time. ...
Mr. Bad Food Submarined By A Turkey Sub
Posted @ 9:31am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: Mr. Bad Food
By MrBadFood
I was on the road last week, moving my family and home from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts, when I took a lunch break and ordered a turkey sub at a “funny name, serious sandwich” Schlotzky’s. Turkey is a great choice for the healthy eater. It’s low in fat ...
Can Cellulite Be A Sign of Hypothyroidism?
Posted @ 7:57am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: Fighting Cellulite: Truths & Myths
By LionelBissoon
Special for Diet.com by Lionel Bissoon Author of The Cellulite Cure Cellulite is a very popular topic for today’s woman. Every major magazine, newspapers and television station has a cellulite story. These stories tend to appear mostly around late ...
Trimming Portions, Pinching Pennies
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 22, 2008
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
A downturn in our economy is proving to be good for your waistline. With less people eating out and food prices soaring, restaurant owners are looking for ways to trim the portion sizes they serve without their customers really noticing. As reported ...
Mac 'n Cheese Massacre
Posted @ 8:36am ET on April 21, 2008
Blog: Mr. Bad Food
By MrBadFood
I don’t know about you but when I think of kid-friendly menu fare I like to think it is somewhat lower in fat and calories than the stick-to-your-ribs-thighs-‘n’-butt grub I too-often order for myself. So when I take my family to an Italian-themed ...
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