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Weekly Diet News Digest
by John McGran, Columnist

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Don’t Let Fear Stall Your Weight Loss
posted @ 6:00am ET on June 15, 2015 Fear can paralyze us... preventing us from accomplishing our dreams. And that includes our dream to lose the extra weight and live a happier, ...
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How to Start a Diet: The 4 Steps
posted @ 6:00am ET on March 23, 2015 You know you want to lose weight so you feel better physically and mentally, but you don't quite know how to put a plan in action. Relax. It's ...
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Wear Green, Eat Green on St. Patrick's Day!
posted @ 9:00am ET on March 15, 2015 If you're always after your Lucky Charms on St. Paddy's Day, then perhaps this year it's time to skip the sugary green clovers and opt instead for a ...
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Are You Beginning To Look A Lot Like Santa?
posted @ 6:00am ET on December 22, 2014 I don't want to be the Grinch who stole Christmas dinner, but we have to ask: Just when did holidays like Hanukkah and Christmas morph from messages ...
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7 Money-Saving Thanksgiving Tips
posted @ 7:00am ET on November 17, 2014 During this season of belt-tightening, it wouldn’t be prudent to overspend on a holiday feast for you, your family and your friends. There is good ...
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Beating Back-to-School Anxiety
posted @ 7:00am ET on August 7, 2014 The transition into a new school year can be a time of excitement... and stress. Children and adults can become anxious, irritable or depressed by ...
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