Author Archives: Wendy Post
I'm a writer by day, foodie and fitness enthusiast by night. Since getting my Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, I've written for television, newspapers, magazines and blogs. I love exploring the link between nutrition and well-being.
Having trouble sleeping? How you sleep at night has a lot to do with what you do during the day. Try our 8 suggestions to catch quality Z’s.
Are you hopping with excitement for Easter? It’s a wonderful opportunity to celebrate seasonal produce. You can choose to make your Easter brunch a healthy feast or a complete calorie overload. Before you start shopping for Easter weekend, arm yourself with food knowledge from the Calorie King! We have compiled the calorie, carb & fat [...]
Living with type 2 diabetes? Here are the answers to your questions about carbs.
Research shows that when it comes to food choices, taste trumps nutrition. So make taste a priority when preparing healthy meals with our tips!
Build a healthier relationship with your body to get better results When you go on a diet, you do it to lose weight, right? Twenty pounds please and in time for your cousin’s wedding would be the icing on the cake. We’re all for setting clear goals, but ‘getting skinny’ shouldn’t be at the top [...]
America's favorite calorie counter is now available as an E-book for most devices! Get your new 2014 Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter today!
Thanksgiving is meant to be celebrated with a feast, but you decide the direction your feast takes. Some smart substitutions can save you hundreds of calories!
In the light of Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month we give you a few research insights that just may help protect your brain and lessen your risk of developing this mind-robbing disease.
With so much candy everywhere you look, it can be tricky to resist the treats. The key to surviving a holiday without binging on ‘Jelly Eyeballs’ and ‘Candy Corn’ is preparation, starting with these five simple tips. Keep trigger foods out of the house What are the foods that trigger you to overeat? White chocolate? [...]
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