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Weekly Diet News Digest
by John McGran, Columnist

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Avoid Regaining Weight: 5 Solutions
posted @ 7:00am ET on July 8, 2013 They call it the yo-yo effect – losing weight only to gain back the lost pounds and more. It's one of the most frustrating occurrences for ...
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The Top 10 Beauty Foods
posted @ 7:00am ET on July 1, 2013 In her best-seller The Beauty Diet, Beauty nutritionist Lisa Drayer prepared a shopping list of 10 basic foods that she says will not only make you ...
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4 Fun Workouts for Kids
posted @ 9:00am ET on January 4, 2013 Not all kids like sports... but all kids like fun. So the challenge to get your kids to exercise is to make it fun. Here are 4 great exercises ...
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Kicking Your Sugar Habit
posted @ 7:00am ET on December 24, 2012 We can all stand to cut back on our sugar consumption. The average American consumes almost 150 pounds of sugar a year and much of it is hidden. ...
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Losing Weight For The Right Reasons
posted @ 7:00am ET on December 17, 2012 When it comes to weight loss, don't sweat the small stuff. That's the common-sense advice from Frank Addleman, an in-demand lecturer on health and ...
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12 Crazy Myths About Food
posted @ 7:00am ET on November 5, 2012 Rip Esselstyn has saved lives as a firefighter. But now he plans to save millions more through his groundbreaking Engine 2 Diet -- a delicious ...
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