By Rachel Mount
You can eat less without even realizing it. Here's the secret recipe, according to Brian Wansink, PhD., author of Mindless Eati...
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By Corrie Pikul
New research shows the unexpected ways that even the health-conscious can sabotage their best efforts to eat (and drink) well. Here...
A cell phone as a meal terminator is not something an etiquette expert might allow, but on the other hand, unlike cigarettes, the only side effect is a run-down battery.
Last week we talked about how TV can deter you from making healthy lifestyle changes, particularly if you're trying to eat differently. Now, let's think about what steps you can take regarding television and healthy living.
The good thing about planning how to fill empty hours with something other than mindless eating is that instead of gaining weight, you may gain a new skill, a new friend or a new interest in life.
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