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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.
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.
Here at CalorieKing, we are proud that our #1 best-selling Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter was featured in HBO's Weight of the Nation's second episode at the 11 minute mark as a resource for participants. Our easy to use (and to carry with you) book provides nutritional information to help people learn about the nutritional impact of their food decisions. It was a natural fit with the documentary’s goals.
We may not consider work as a place where we could get fit – it’s nothing but a rat race of meetings and emails right? Your workday may be packed, but finding a way to fit in fitness is not only for the sake of your health, it also helps to make work a more [...]
The CalorieKing Blog tackles emotional eating triggers. Learn how to recognize your eating triggers and how to control them as you diet.
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.
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.
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.
Even on our best days we can all use little tips and reminders on how to focus ourselves to stay on track with our healthy living goals. It’s important to use every trick in our arsenal to get us to those daily victories that we can turn into habits. CalorieKing has ten of our best tips to get you started.