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1) Lowering saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet will help you lower your LDL, or bad cholesterol, and risk of heart disease. 2) Seafood twice a week is a good idea to lower heart disease. Experts say you should limit your seafood intake to no more than 12...
 
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An amazing body of scientists convene every 5 years to review scientific literature and set guidelines for the most optimal diet based on science for Americans. You can view all of their 2010 findings, known as The Dietary Guidelines for Americans, by visiting dietaryguidelines.gov. The preliminary copy is up...
 
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1. Plan healthy meals and snacks so you keep a healthful routine and do not choose calorie-dense foods at random. See number 2! 2. Make a grocery list and stock the house with good foods from #1. 3. Clean out the refrigerator and freezer. 4. Drink water or unsweetened tea. 5. Clean the house or ... 50 Things To Do When Bored Besides Eat
 
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Exercise During Your Lunch You may only have 10 or 15 minutes, but take advantage of exercise during lunch.  Moderate exercise (300 calories/hour) for 10 minutes burns an average of  50 calories.  Exercise harder and/or have a body weight above 150 pounds and your calorie burn increases.  Here are...
 
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If we had to sum up 2005 in one short sentence, it would be to say short cuts are out and a low-fat, high-fiber diet is in. 2005 saw the Atkin’s diet fall out of popularity, along with studies that show supplements do not offer real benefits. The 2005...