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A Simple Guide to Portion Sizes and Serving Sizes | via @SparkPeople #food #diet #nutrition

Portion Sizes and Serving Sizes

Reasons For Late Night Food Cravings Include: 1.Dehydration- most common reason for late night food cravings and hunger 2. Boredom 3. Early Dinner 4. Low salt or sugar levels 5. Lack of protein in your diet

Health Benefits of Almonds

Top 25 Flat Belly Foods

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6 Recipes That Kick the Carbs Out of Pasta

6 Recipes That Kick the Carbs Out of Pasta

How to Choose the Healthiest Meats. AWESOME quick cheat sheet w basic info by meat type/cut (includes cal / fat / protein).

How to Choose the Healthiest Meats

The visual is what I like. The exercise is the easy part.

Take Your Butt From Flat to Full With These 10 Moves

Smoothie recipes for everything

Smoothie Recipes for Everything

Portion Sizes

HEALTHY FOOD - "Healthy Recipe Substitutions".

83 Healthy Recipe Substitutions

31 Healthy and Portable High-Protein Snacks

Cake batter protein shake 187 calories! O....M....G! Hold up....say whaaaat!!!?!

Fit Blogger We Love: Dashing Dish | The Fit Stop

Lose Your Love Handles

The 'Lose Your Love Handles' Workout

10-Minute Butt Workout | Video

Fitness Video | POPSUGAR Fitness

30-Day Squat Challenge starting tomorrow when my other challenge is over!! Boo yah!

Print It: 30-Day Squat Challenge

MaKeover with McKi: Week 8 & 9

I'm not looking for rock-solid abs or a 6-pack. I just want to keep my core strong enough to avoid another round of lower back & hip injuries... à la Women's Health


Lean Thighs-No Lunges

Sweet Potato Gnocchi. Cook a sweet potato, remove the skin, mash, slowly add nut flour until you get the right pasta consistency. (Maybe 3/4 - 1 c of flour per yam.) Then boil. Theyre done when they float to the surface. Eat them with a Parmesan sauce.

How To Make Sweet Potato Gnocchi

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10-minute arm session for Dream Arms!

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