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Ah, it’s the all-American question. Countless articles and books have been written to solve the problem of the unwanted “spare tire” of flab. Here in the USA, companies make billions of dollars from weight loss products and strategies! So how … Continue reading
You didn’t really think I’d support eating the sweets did you? Nope, not even for one of the ‘sweetest’ holidays of the year.
Skipping Breakfast Doesn’t Affect Weight Loss, Study Says: With unpredictable schedules and day-to-day activities that rarely fall into the “routine” category, people often find themselves skipping meals. Because of this, dieting can become something of a challenge. However, a new … Continue reading
Working night shifts can be strenuous under even the most standard conditions. So, when you flip the switch on daily life to battle through a night shift, things can really get tricky.
Here are five quick ideas for reasonable fast-food choices that will help alleviate some of the guilt of occasional drive-through dining (and yes, we name names here…so be ready to see if your favorite option is good or bad news!)… … Continue reading
By Marijke Durning at ScrubsMag.com Oh boy…it’s 3am and you have the urge to snack. So what can you do about these hunger pangs without adding a pile of calories to your daily allotment? First of all, although we were taught to … Continue reading
Eating healthfully on the night shift to optimize your energy levels and ‘feel fueled’ is its own science. Here are some quick tips and ideas for brown bag meals that will help you avoid the drowsy ‘post-lunch’ feeling when you’re working … Continue reading
You know you should drink more water, but those sugary drinks all aglow in the vending machine at 3 AM sure are tempting. Break the spell for good this year by arming yourself with any of these clever water concoctions—we … Continue reading
“Seasonal ingredients are bursting from the vines, and that means your options are virtually endless,” says Jeanne Kelley, a Los Angeles-based chef and author. For Kelley, a trip to bountiful is as close as her backyard. Between her garden, chicken … Continue reading