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The CalorieKing Blog remembers National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with ten tips on cancer prevention.
The CalorieKing Blog provides great ideas to have a fun and healthy Fall Season.
The CalorieKing Blog addresses when you've had a slip up. The most important thing to remember is that tomorrow is a new day and a chance to get back on track.
When you are just starting an exercise program sometimes the hardest thing to do is learn how to pace yourself. The CalorieKing Blog explains how pacing will ensure you move ahead steadily and not have dramatic highs and lows.
It’s been core to the CalorieKing Program since its inception – keeping a food journal. Now a new study by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center validates the concept of keeping some record of your food intake does help you lose weight. The CalorieKing Blog will delve into the new study.
Even with a healthy breakfast to fuel the morning, your child’s mind and body are working overtime at school and will need a healthy lunch. If your family chooses to pack lunches instead of purchasing lunch at school, a little planning ahead and you can make lunches that make your kid happy. The CalorieKing Blog will show you how.
It’s easy for fans to think that celebs who are going gluten free are doing so to lose weight and may follow along hoping to shed pounds themselves. To set the record straight, going gluten free is not a weight loss diet. The CalorieKing Blog will explain.
Just about everyone has heard about the dreaded “Freshman 15” – the phenomenon that sees many students gain anywhere from three to fifteen pounds. Why does it happen and how can we help prevent it? The CalorieKing Blog will take a look.
Sometimes it's hard to focus on getting a quick and healthy dinner on the table. The CalorieKing Blog has some simple reminders to help us save precious time and save us from feeling the guilt of not serving up something nutritious.
CalorieKing has done research on fair food treats and our estimates confirm your instincts that these fair foods should be look and don't touch! Be sure to use our tried and true strategies to be food wise before you hit the midway!