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From foil wrapped bunnies to marshmallow peeps, we’ve got calorie counts for all your Easter basket favorites. Having the counts in one handy place should help you plan your portion control!
The start of spring often brings families together to celebrate. Whether it is Easter or another family gathering you CAN enjoy good food. We have a wide range of CalorieKing recipe makeovers for holiday brunches, lunches and everything in between.
It’s 10am, breakfast has come and gone and lunch is still miles away… You’re tempted to grab a snack, but you think should just ‘tough it out’ and wait till lunch. Munching on a muffin would be an unhealthy choice, but a healthy snack is a powerful tool in losing weight and staying healthy. A [...]
The CalorieKing Blog tackles emotional eating triggers. Learn how to recognize your eating triggers and how to control them as you diet.
Unrealistic expectations and goals are a one-way ticket to disappointment, frustration, self-doubt and failure. Research shows that setting your weight loss standards too high increases the risk that you may just give up altogether. CalorieKing will help you recognize what is unrealistic and what is reality.
We've seen it all the time on TV – trainers screaming at someone to finish that last minute on the treadmill or in a person’s face picking away at a person’s psychology regarding their fitness level. Because at the end of the show there are radical transformations, we think “Maybe I need that kind of approach to boost my fitness levels.” Have you ever had a drill sergeant style trainer that ended up scaring you out of exercising?
At CalorieKing we are so proud and deeply moved by our members’ successes. We often ask our community to nominate another member whose story has inspired them. This time it is “Deba’s” turn. She had such a profound change in her thinking along with her weight loss journey that she has given speeches on the subject to students. We are delighted she’s shared it with us
March is National Nutrition Awareness Month and this week also kicks off National School Breakfast Awareness Week. Breakfast is an important meal for everyone – but the role it plays in your child’s day is in the spotlight this week. CalorieKing will show you why and suggest some recipe options that might work for busy families on the go.
March is National Nutrition Awareness Month and a great time for those of us here at CalorieKing to review the basics to putting together a nutritious meal. Reacquaint yourself with government tips and some CalorieKing recommendations for healthy meals and recipe makeovers.
Valentine’s Day is often associated with romantic dinners and chocolates. If you’ve pledged to work on a healthy lifestyle, be careful not to turn your love into love handles this holiday!
If you or your Valentine are unlikely to stop at one or two and could demolish a whole box in a sitting, make this Valentine’s Day about showing your love without the calories. CalorieKing.com has some helpful tips to consider.