Eat out means eating more.  I know I do. In a research of 1000 people, those of normal weight averaged 550 calories per meal at home but 825 calories at a restaurant.  Those who are over-weight, ate 625 calories at home and 900 calories at a restaurant.  They also ate faster than their “normal” weight […]

In many relationships, one person has adopted a healthier lifestyle and desperately wants his/her partner to hop on board too. But the more one nags about eating better, exercising more, eating less, or working less, the more these good intentions become a contentious subject in their relationship. Here are some tips to get your partner

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