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    Intuitive Eating Can Help You Make Peace With Food

    “Intuitive eating” is the practice of eating when you’re hungry, stopping when you’re full, and eating what you want. And it's helping people finally make peace with food ...

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    No, Pasta Isn't Bad for You

    For something so universally loved, pasta has been awfully villainized. It’s branded as nutritionally empty, blamed for unwanted pounds ...

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    Should You Try a Lectin-Free Diet?

    One of my least favorite things about fad diets is the long list of forbidden foods. Eliminating a lot of foods is psychologically hard ...

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    Before You Join a Gym ...

    As we head to the New Year, you may be planning to set new fitness goals and change up your workout routines. Gyms tend to capitalize ...

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    Should You Health-ify Your Holiday?

    When it comes to healthy swaps for the holidays – like mashed cauliflower “potatoes” or low-fat pumpkin pie – people usually react in ...

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    A Fitness Trainer's Hacks for Including More Fresh Produce

    Most of us are juggling so many responsibilities, it can often be a tremendous feat to make a meal, let alone pay attention to all of the ...

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    Why This Nutritionist Doesn't Worry About Salt

    My grandma used to hide the salt shaker when we came over for dinner. She knew my dad would sprinkle it over whatever he ate, and ...

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    Will a Wellness Shot Really Make You Healthier?

    Years ago, I was trying out a hot new gym in my neighborhood with a friend. After an intense exercise class, she convinced me to have a ..

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    What Happened When I Quit Caffeine

    It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since I officially quit caffeine. I’d been hooked on caffeine since college. My life ...

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    6 Reasons to Love Kiwi

    They add a splash of bright green color and a sweet-tart zing to your fruit salad. Here are six more reasons to put this small, fuzzy ...

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    Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD

    Sally Kuzemchak is a registered dietitian in Columbus, Ohio. An award-winning reporter and writer, Sally has been published in magazines such as Health, Family Circle, and Eating Well and is a Contributing Editor to Parents magazine. She is the author of the book The 101 Healthiest Foods For Kids. She blogs at Real Mom Nutrition, a “no-judgments” zone all about feeding families.

  • Gina Harney

    Gina Harney

    Gina Harney is the blogger behind the healthy lifestyle brand, The Fitnessista, which reaches millions of viewers all over the world. She’s been featured on Greatist, Forbes, Buzzfeed, Shape, Fitness Magazine, and Well + Good. She’s the author of “HIIT It! and the voice behind the Healthy In Real Life podcast. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.