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Laura Stack
Diet.com blogger Laura Stack is a personal productivity expert, author of The Exhaustion Cure, and professional ...

Tricia Thompson, MS, RD is a nutrition consultant, author and speaker specializing in celiac disease and the ...

Stephen Cabral
Stephen Cabral, CPT/CSCS is the author of Fatlossity as well as founder and director of FitLife by ...

Cheryl Tallman
Cheryl Tallman is the founder of Fresh Baby (www.FreshBaby.com). For more than 10 years, Fresh Baby helped has ...

chef davis
Executive Chef Michael Davis believes a creative innovation of wholesome foods is the best approach to eating... ...

Trainer Pete
Peter Samberg CSCS, aka “Trainer Pete” is the owner of One on One Fit studio and the successful online program ...

Recent Diet Blogs
New Years Resolutions! So what's your goal?
Posted @ 5:44pm ET on December 28, 2007
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
Hey Everyone! It's that time of year to decide where your life needs improvement. I am going to organize my life. My resolution really is to un-scatter my brain. My goal of the year is to run in my first 5 k. Sure I do fitness videos and run 3 miles 5x ...
Seek Support
Posted @ 8:34am ET on December 24, 2007
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Holiday time is all about making connections, some of which are more positive than others. Paying attention to and nurturing the positive relationships in your life will go a long way toward boosting your health and spirit as 2007 comes to an end and as we ...
A Special Gift
Posted @ 12:00am ET on December 21, 2007
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
The best gift you can give yourself this holiday season is sleep. New studies have found that lack of sleep can lead to an increase in appetite, weight gain and a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes. Sleep deprivation does more than just sap your ...
Best and Worst of Subway
Posted @ 1:01pm ET on December 19, 2007
Blog: Healthy Eating Tips, Tricks and more!
By SavvySnacker
Subway seems so healthy - and it can be - but there are also some really bad foods that can totally mess up your weight loss. Here are the best and worst finds at Subway... Best Sandwiches 1. Veggie Delite 230 calories 3g fat 9g protein 44g ...
Healthy Santa
Posted @ 12:00am ET on December 19, 2007
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
One Santa is refusing to wear a pillow under his suit because he fears it promotes obesity in children. This 80 year old Santa from Scotland says “The parents and kids have been asking me why I’m so thin and I say ‘Santa’s on a diet’ and everyone is in ...
Tara Reid Is The New Skinny Celeb + Hills Gossip
Posted @ 12:52pm ET on December 18, 2007
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
Apparently after quite some time away from the eye of the paparazzi Tara Reid has stepped out in bathing suit to reveal her skeleton. The yo-yo dieter seems to have shrunk down to her tiniest size ever. These pictures were posted over the internet ...
Britney Slims Down in New Video Without Dieting
Posted @ 2:28pm ET on December 17, 2007
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
Britney aka Unfitney has a new music video from her most recent album, appropriately titled "Black out." However, instead of losing weight in an unhealthy fashion like most celebrities would do, she didn't have to diet for one minute to get a hot bod. How ...
Satisfy Cravings
Posted @ 8:26am ET on December 17, 2007
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Sweet treats, food gifts, favorite holiday recipes and frequent celebrations are some of the reasons why cravings are so common at this time of year. Knowing how to deal with them is crucial to helping you feel more in control and being better able to ...
Whole Grains
Posted @ 12:00am ET on December 14, 2007
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Whole grain food products, from oatmeal to whole grain breads and pastas, can help you trim your waistline and decrease your risks of diabetes and heart disease, according to a recent analysis of 15 research studies. Researchers found that people who ate ...
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