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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.
Why not take the stress out of Valentine’s Day by dropping the unrealistic expectations and commercial nature of the holiday? Let's take a step back and remind ourselves about what the holiday is really all about, and find new ways to express our love without adding to our waistline. CalorieKing will be your guide!
It’s Valentine’s Day and hearts are the topic. Everyone knows exercise is good for your heart so we won’t put you sleep with yet another reading of the heart-healthy benefits of exercise. Instead, with love in the air today, the topic is how better fitness equates with a better sex life. CalorieKing Fitness Expert Jonathan Ross will tell us all about it.
CalorieKing has pulled together a listing of some of the most popular candy available for Valentine's Day. If you receive some chocolates - don't panic! Consult our guide and remember your portion control. Spread out your enjoyment of your holiday candy over several days and make sure you figure the calories in to your daily plan. It's that simple!
If your idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day is a quiet, romantic meal at home then these CalorieKing recipe makeovers are for you. You can cook an entire meal – including dessert – and not feel guilty.
The pro athletes we see playing in the Super Bowl are capable of pushing their bodies to the limit. Clearly these guys are “in shape.” They train year round to endure the rigors of a pro season.
Perhaps we can be fooled into thinking their level of fitness – or any pro athlete in the sport of your choice – is what we need to aspire to when we start adding exercise into our daily routine. Not so! We simply need to get moving. CalorieKing Fitness Expert Jonathan Ross will break it down for us.
There’s no reason to be afraid of Super Bowl Sunday with these CalorieKing healthy makeovers of popular game time snacks! If you are hosting a party or have signed up to bring a dish to a friend’s house we’ve got some great alternatives!
It’s Super Bowl time again when we all gather with a single-minded focus to support our favorite team. Whether we are in front of the TV at home or out at a bar there’s bound to be plenty of food to tempt those of us who have resolved to get healthy in the New Year. [...]
If you have difficulty saying no, especially, when people offer you food, you are not alone. It’s a problem for many people. It’s especially problematic at parties or other events where it’s a ritual Fending off diet saboteurs and saying no.to accompany the event with large quantities of food and drinks. A Super Bowl party is a prime example. It’s unthinkable to watch the big game without lots of food everywhere. So, be prepared.