Biggest Loser Dietitian: Use Holidays to ‘Find Your New Normal’

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Cheryl Forberg is the perfect person to talk with about having a healthy relationship with food. Not only is the registered dietitian the nutrition expert for The Biggest Loser, she’s also a James Beard Award-winning chef and author/contributor to more than a dozen books including Flavor First, …
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Kitchen Sink Soup: The Perfect Dinner When There’s “Nothing” in the House to Eat

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Ever heard of kitchen sink soup? Where you put whatever you have (but the kitchen sink) in a pot and turn it into an edible and hopefully delicious soup? Well, I have no real proof to back me up on this besides my husband's feedback and my own ego, but I'm going to go ahead and declare myself the …
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The One Breakfast Meal You’re Not Eating But Should Be

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You know how much we love our big-ass salads. So a giant, filling breakfast salad?! Well, that certainly got our attention. The full breakfast salad recipe is over at Fit Bottomed Eats, but , guys, it's brilliant. Sure it does take a little more planning and is probably best suited to a …
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Rock the Crock This Fall and Win!

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This is a sponsored post brought to you by S&W Beans. We received free product and were compensated for this post. For our sponsored post policy, click here. It’s officially chili season! While slow cookers are awesome year round, fall just seems like the best time to bust them out! They’re …
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Healthy Lunch Ideas for Work That Are Anything But Boring

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A turkey sandwich and an apple and some baby carrots is a fine lunch (and one I subsisted on for years), but, well, it gets a little ... boring. To help you spice things up for Work It Week, we thought we'd share a few of our favorite healthy lunch ideas for work. Yes, some are sandwiches, but there …
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21 Days Eating at the Kitchen Table

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It's now been 21 days since I've sat down in front of the TV and ate. And ... it was hell. The first meal I had was breakfast (duh). I sat down in the morning in complete silence, awkwardly (somewhat) enjoying my omelette. It was weird. Then lunch came --- same thing. My only company was three …
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