Justina Huddleston is a food writer living in Los Angeles. When she's not writing for Menuism or SheKnows, she spends her
Voted one of the most popular diet trends of 2016, souping has taken the nation by storm. I'm left scratching my head as to why? Personally, I like my soup as a side to something else -- like a plate full of food that hasn't been deprived of its need to be chewed.
In addition to taking away the distraction at dinnertime, giving up the count has a slew of health and mental health benefits. Here, five things that happen when you stop counting calories.
Put down your calculators. Put away your food scales. Turn off your calorie-counting apps. It's time to stop counting calories.
Last weekend at a baseball game, I went straight for the pretzels and hot dogs because -- hello! -- I was at a baseball game
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Readily available calorie information is crucial for consumers to be able to make informed food choices throughout the day as they get their food from a variety of venues. Our nation is facing rising rates of obesity and chronic disease that continue to push health care spending higher.
The glazed donut is 180 calories, while the multi-grain bagel is 500, Zinczenko said. And unfortunately, buzzwords like "multi
The amazing thing about the human body is this: Just because you choose to ignore the warnings signs don't mean they will go away. One way or another, if your body needs food, needs rest, it will force you to shut down. And that's exactly what happened to me.
-Katie Rosenbrock, The Active Times That and maybe you're trying to lose a little bit of extra weight too, which you know