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  1. 10 Light, Crisp Recipes That Taste Like Springtime

    10 Light, Crisp Recipes That Taste Like Springtime

    Smell that? It’s the fresh scent of springtime air. And that means a whole array of tasty vegetables, fruits and healthy grains that are ripe and ready for cooking. We put together our 10 favorite, light, crisp recipes that taste like springtime. 

  2. 8 Thoughts Successful People Use to Counter Negativity

    8 Thoughts Successful People Use to Counter Negativity

    There are times when self-doubt, insecurity and negative thoughts creep into our minds. But here’s the thing, our thoughts don’t have to define us. Are they going to be there? Yes. Absolutely. But do they have to make us miserable? Absolutely not.

  3. Former Athlete Turned CrossFit-Pro Michael Kummer Weighs in on Fitness, Diet-to-Go

    Former Athlete Turned CrossFit-Pro Michael Kummer Weighs in on Fitness, Diet-to-Go

    It doesn’t matter if you’re thin or overweight, if you’re young or old, if you’re fit or out-of-shape: Healthy living is not something you should put a timeline on. It’s something that you have to do consistently, something that’s a lifestyle change.

  4. California Woman Finds Healthy Eating Is A Cinch With Diet to Go

    California Woman Finds Healthy Eating Is A Cinch With Diet to Go

    Eating out every meal was a reality Joanna Keating-Velasco knew well.

    “I hate grocery shopping and I hate cooking,” said Joanna, an instructional aid from Orange County, California. “So [my husband and I] had been spending most nights eating out.”

  5. Cathrines Corner: Here Is Why You Should NOT Quit

    Cathrines Corner: Here Is Why You Should NOT Quit

    “I’m approaching one year of maintaining 100-pound weight loss!" I’ve had that in the back of mind, and I struggle with that fear every day,” Cathrine said.

  6. Skinny Versions of Top Most Google-Searched Recipes

    Skinny Versions of Top Most Google-Searched Recipes

    Ah, Google. It’s our best neighbor when it comes to borrowing a recipe. So, which ones piqued people’s interest most throughout the past year? Most are family favorites — things like meatloaf and Parmesan chicken — that unfortunately tend to be high in calories and on the unhealthier side of things.

    That’s why we rounded up healthier, skinny versions of Google’s Top 10 Most-Searched Recipes -- so that you can still enjoy these popular classics, without all those extra calories.

  7. Portion-Controlled Meals (and why they are so much better than fast food) Explained

    Portion-Controlled Meals (and why they are so much better than fast food) Explained

    We live in a day and age of hectic routines, grinding it out for hours at work, rushing from place to place and trying desperately to find (and appreciate!) the down-time in between. Our to-do lists seem never-ending, and often it feels like there isn’t a minute to spare. What does all that mean for our eating habits?

  8. 5 Awesome Arm Exercises for Women Over Age 50

    5 Awesome Arm Exercises for Women Over Age 50

    When you’re over the age of 50 and female, targeted exercises are even more important. Truly, there’s something to be said about having solid, toned arms — and we’re not just talking how you look.

  9. Interval training is your friend: Here Is why (and 8 things to do for HIIT beginners)

    Interval training is your friend: Here Is why (and 8 things to do for HIIT beginners)

    Interval training, AKA: HIIT, AKA: the most efficient way to use your 20 minutes of exercise. Interval training is one of many great ways to help you burn extra calories on with your limited time. Well, now there’s yet another reason to consider it: Interval training also boosts your endurance, makes you stronger and can prevent heart disease. We’ll leave the in-depth science talk to the experts, but here’s a quick snapshot of exactly why interval training can help you with those things.

  10. 6 Steps to Take Right After Learning You Have Type 2 Diabetes

    6 Steps to Take Right After Learning You Have Type 2 Diabetes

    Ok, so you found out you have Type 2 diabetes. That can be devastating news. But it’s also not the end of the world. It’s more than possible to live a long, happy, healthy life -- and maybe even reverse the diagnosis. So, what steps should you take to get to a point where you’re not only surviving -- but thriving -- with a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis?

  11. 10 Sneaky Ways to Get Up and Get Moving at Work

    10 Sneaky Ways to Get Up and Get Moving at Work

    Sitting at a desk all day at work can make it difficult to burn calories, especially when you’re trying to lose weight. Even more concerning, a recent study from researchers at Columbia University’s Department of Medicine found that sitting all day can lead to increased risk of death -- whether you exercise or not. 

  12. 5 Ways to Leverage Friendship to Make (Not Break) Your Fitness Goals

    5 Ways to Leverage Friendship to Make (Not Break) Your Fitness Goals

    Think about what you do on the weekends. If you’re like most, there’s probably at least one or two outings that involve people in your social circles. And what do those outings involve? Food? Booze? When you’re trying to lead to a healthy lifestyle, balancing maintaining friendships with sticking with your goals can be one heck of a problem.

  13. 8 Playlists of Power-Packed Music to Pump Up Your Workout

    8 Playlists of Power-Packed Music to Pump Up Your Workout

    One way to make exercise a bit easier, heck, even enjoyable?  Music!  Studies show that listening to music while you exercise can boost endorphins, make the workout more enjoyable and help you perform better.  And the better the song, the more it’s likely to pump you up.

  14. 9 Surprising Recipes that Make Great Football Party Appetizers

    9 Surprising Recipes that Make Great Football Party Appetizers

    Football season is in full-swing, and you’re probably attending (or hosting) a party or two. It’s great to celebrate with friends, but parties can also mean lots of calorie-laden, unhealthy foods that can quickly turn into an expanding waistline.

  15. Dieting Is Not Dead: 1/3 of Americans Plan to Lose Weight in 2019, survey finds

    Dieting Is Not Dead: 1/3 of Americans Plan to Lose Weight in 2019, survey finds

    Since when has “diet” become a four-letter word? Yes, it’s true that losing weight is about making small, lasting changes that last a lifetime. Making one little tweak at a time to your lifestyle is the best way to see consistent results.

  16. Cathrine's Corner: Cathrine's 3 Go-To Tips for Staying On-Track with Weight Loss

    Cathrine's Corner: Cathrine's 3 Go-To Tips for Staying On-Track with Weight Loss

    “When I think of my life, every single moment and how much my life has changed, I think of Diet-to-Go. It really has changed my life,” Cathrine said. That kind of success is exactly why we asked Cathrine to share with us her best tips for maintaining weight loss.

  17. 5 Tricks to Make This Year THE Year to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

    5 Tricks to Make This Year THE Year to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

    New Year's resolutions. They're a thing. A thing a lot of us actually do (with the best of intentions in place). But this year, they don't have to be that thing that fails (studies show 80 percent of people give up by February). Seriously. This really can be the year you make a resolution -- and keep it.

  18. 5 Refreshing Keto-Friendly Low-Carb, Low-Calorie Cocktails

    5 Refreshing Keto-Friendly Low-Carb, Low-Calorie Cocktails

    Alcohol and dieting generally don’t mix. Many alcoholic beverages are high in sugars, carbs, and calories. But let’s face it -- alcohol is often a big part of our social lives, and it’s also nice to kick back with an adult beverage now and again.  

  19. Is Sodium Really Bad for Your Health?

    Is Sodium Really Bad for Your Health?

    There has long been a belief in the health community that high sodium intake can lead to spikes in blood pressure and damage to your heart. But is that really true?

  20. 7 Foolproof Ways to Reach Your Daily Step Goal

    7 Foolproof Ways to Reach Your Daily Step Goal

    The most critical component of weight loss is eating a clean, healthy diet that controls for calorie and portion control. If you’re leveraging one of Diet-to-Go’s healthy meal plans, you’re already on your way to losing weight and seeing results.* But fitness is a big part of it too. One great way to get active is by setting and focusing on a daily step goal.

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