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CalorieKing’s Keys to Successful New Year’s Resolutions

Every year as the clock counts down to a new year we look back at the old and ponder what we want to change in the new.  Resolutions seem to be as much a part of the holidays as the celebrations. So once you’ve decided to make changes how do you make them a part [...]

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!

Thanksgiving Lite

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!

Free Prevention Tool For Emotional Eaters

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

Willpower; Will It Work?

When you decide you’re going to lose those extra pounds, you’re buzzing with enthusiasm and determination. You have a salad, say no to that chocolate muffin, fueled by your newfound willpower. But as time goes on, your determination wanes and junk food somehow finds its way back onto your plate. And there you are; back [...]

July 4th – Time to Eat, Drink, Be Merry and… Count Calories?

Can you enjoy your favorite Independence Day foods and not go overboard with the calories? We say yes!

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.

Reader Question Answered: Fall/Winter Workouts

The CalorieKing Blog tackles a reader question - where should I exercise?

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.

Exercise and Learning To Pace Yourself

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.