Save calories and avoid saturated fat by swapping meat for mushrooms.
Looking for a low-calorie nut snack? Eat pistachios.
Eating a fat-filled meal? Don’t follow it with coffee, soda or an energy drink.
Boost your body’s ability to burn fat by switching your salad dressing from ranch to vinaigrette.
According to a study at Columbia University, people who got four hours of sleep ate 300 more calories a day compared to those who got nine hours of sleep each night.
Add safflower oil, a polyunsaturated fat that contains essential omega-6 fatty acids, to your pantry.
A study published in the Journal of Consumer Research found that when people were asked about their plans to exercise, they worked out 138 percent more than in previous weeks.
A high-potassium diet helps keep arteries healthy and may lower your risk of stroke.
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