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2020 New Year’s Health or Fitness Resolution

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9 Low-Calorie Mistakes You’re Probably Making

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Each year, as the calendar turns from December to January, millions of people make resolutions. And each year, surveys show, many of those self-promises relate to wellness, whether it’s losing weight, eating better, exercising more or simply getting healthier. But “getting healthier” isn’t a fixed concept. If health advice is anything, it’s fickle. While some concepts stand the …

This article is part of Tools of the Trade, a weekly series in which a variety of experts share actionable tips for achieving fast and effective results on everything from forming good habits to raising money. This week Christopher Gardner, a nutrition professor at Stanford University and a long-time vegetarian, debunks common misconceptions about healthy eating. Now …

If you think low-calorie means healthy, you might want to read this. Women seem to be almost innately programmed to check the calorie content of every food — after all, we’ve always heard that weight loss (or maintenance) is all about calories in versus calories out. But to look and feel your best, there are …