The Reason why 95% of all Diets Fail Miserably

Are you tired of not meeting your weightloss goals?

Most extremely popular fad diets are extremely restrictive – not just in terms of how many (or should I say “few”) calories you are allowed to consume, but also with regards to which food groups you can choose from.  For instance, we have all heard of the “fat free” or “no carb” diets.  But these restrictive diets are all extremely unhealthy, and are doomed to fail from the start!  For starters, while starving your body on a 1000-calorie/day diet might make you lose weight (at least initially, until your body gives up on you), these “starvation” diets will only make your body fatter (and extremely tired/cranky) in the long run...

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6 Tips for Eating Healthier when you Eat Out

Healthy Eating RestaurantsWhen most people think about going out to eat, they picture endless (free) bread and drink refills, giant man-sized portions that only Champion-Eater Joey Chestnut should be able to finish, and menus loaded with high-definition photos of dishes that make you fatter just by looking at them.

But, while most restaurants are guilty of doing seemingly everything they can to sabotage healthy diets everywhere, this doesn’t mean you can’t find healthy and waist-cinching meals outside your own home/ dorm room.

If you want to be able to eat out and enjoy your food without worrying about destroying your sleek and sexy figure, just master these 6 simple fat-fighting restaurant strategies!

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Nutrition for a Flatter Belly

Flatter AbsIn a previous article I gave you a great ab workout for women in order to get those core muscle in shape. Now that you have that working for you, you're gonna need to burn off some fat so you and everybody you want to impress can see them.

Read on to learn four simple changes you can make immediately to start burning more fat and get that flat belly you want.

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Eat Healthy on a College Budget: Top 10 Cheap Health Foods

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Want to eat healthy but don't feel like you can afford it on your measly college student budget?

First of all, I understand your frustration. I was a college student not too long ago, and understand all too well what it’s like to have no cash and no healthy food handy. But don’t worry -- having meager dough in your wallet does not mean you have to go hungry, or settle for junkfood!  Let’s see if I can help you out…
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Tips to avoid weight gain this Christmas!

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In this article, I am going to answer this week's most frequently asked question:

"Jill, how am I supposed to avoid gaining a ton of weight during this Holiday Season with all these holiday parties and temptations everywhere!?"

However, there are some simple tricks that will help make it much easier for you to stay in shape this Christmas, despite its many temptations to fall off the healthy bandwagon until New Years...
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The Top 5 Fat-Burning Nutrients for Women

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Many women who complain of insomnia, poor memory, frequent colds, mood swings, or chronic fatigue are likely suffering from vitamin and mineral deficiencies. The following nutrients are not only vital to your health and well-being, but also to achieving your fitness and weight-loss goals!

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College workout plan to Fight the Freshman 15 – Part III: Nutrition

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In this article you are going to learn how to eat to keep those college pounds off...and maybe finish your semester lighter than when you started!

Imagine coming home for Christmas break in the best shape of your life!

Read on to learn how...
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Perfect your Problem Areas with These 3 Nutrition Rules

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It is very true that "exercise alone is not enough" to change your body.

In fact, exercise alone is hardly anything. For instance, one study demonstrated that you can exercise as hard as possible (say, 5 times a week for 16 weeks with an Olympic Conditioning coach), but will only see marginal results (about 1.5 measly lbs of fat loss) if you don’t also change the way you eat!
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