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Say no to ‘skinny’

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 [...]

Take in Fewer Calories and You Will Weigh Less. Yes, That’s How it Works…

Do you have diabetes, pre-diabetes, or do you think that you might be at risk? Read our 3 weight management tips!

Free Prevention Tool For Emotional Eaters

Give your healthy intentions a fighting chance with our FREE printout for your fridge or pantry.

Coping with Emotional Eating

Hunger doesn’t always come from the stomach; the mind can be an equally-powerful trigger when it comes to the urge to eat. For example, many of us get “hungry” when we feel a need to ease feelings of discomfort. This sort of hunger has nothing to do with providing our bodies with energy. It is [...]

Let’s Get Trigger Happy!

Do you buy popcorn just because you always eat popcorn at a movie, even when you're not really hungry? Meet your triggers and learn how to master them.

Bye Bye Bathing Suit Blues

Au revoir self-consciousness! With our tips you'll feel more comfortable in your swimwear.

So You’ve Had A Slip Up. Now What?

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.

New Study Confirms Keeping a Food Journal Helps You Lose Weight!

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.

How to Beat the Freshman 15

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.

Are You a Binge Eater?

Are you binge eating? Binge eating is defined as compulsively eating unusually large amounts of food in one sitting and is usually done secretively. Even infrequent binges to mask emotions should not be taken lightly. View them as a wakeup call. Something in your life is in disarray. Binges are masking what’s eating at you, so read this CalorieKing article for more information and tips on how to manage it.