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The 7 Biggest Weight-Loss Mistakes, According to Dietitians

Dietitians have seen it all when it comes to weight loss. From crazy fad diets to bulletproof coffee — while appealing, what sounds too good to be true usually is. We are all susceptible to the

Hit a Weight-Loss Plateau? Here’s How Macro Counting Can Help

By now, you may know (perhaps you’re even highly aware) that every food you eat is made up of macronutrients, or “macros” for short: carbs, fat and proteins. This is why you may have heard some

Ask the Dietitian: The Case Against Diet Soda

We’re back with yet more of your questions about nutrition, weight loss and more. This week’s edition centers on a polarizing topic: sugar and artificial sweeteners. Read on!As it turns out, Ame

The Truth About Potatoes: Do They Derail Weight Loss?

Pity the poor potato. Spuds have gained a bad reputation among certain members of the health community. Those who stick to the low-carb, high-protein Paleo diet recommend avoiding them entirely

What Does Economics Have to Do with Weight Loss?

We have goals galore: Read more of this … Do more of that … Go to yoga once a week … Be healthier … Lose weight … The list goes on. A 2008 Gallup poll found that roughly 59% of Americans want to

10 Healthy Swaps to Save 300 Calories [Infographic]

Making some adjustments to your favorite foods to save up to 300 calories is easier than you think. In the examples below, we found common summer foods and made simple substitutions with foods t

Why You’re Burning Fewer Calories Than You Think

Weight management comes down to simple math: calories in minus calories out. But if you’re keeping track of your diet and exercise and still missing your goals, you might be getting some parts o

14 Top Tips from Users Who’ve Lost Over 100 Pounds

Hitting a plateau? Eating healthy and exercising, but still not seeing the results you want? Here at MyFitnessPal, we know how difficult it is to lose weight — so we asked MyFitnessPal users who

5 Pitfalls That Lead to Overeating and What to Do About Them

Everyone knows what it feels like after you overindulge. You might be sluggish, bloated, queasy or a combination of all three. It’s normal to occasionally overdo it, but if you’re experiencing t

Why Physical Activity Alone Won’t Guarantee Weight Loss

All those extra hours in the gym have proven one key thing: You can’t sweat yourself slim. You’d think it was just a matter of math: Up your activity level, burn more calories than you eat, and


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