eat healthy

. You don't have to deprive yourself, especially if you tend to be more active during the summer months. These things will help you stay on track this summer, so that you don't have to start over at square one when September rolls around.
Dr. Mark Hyman, author of "Eat Fat, Get Thin," tells us that fat is one of the body’s most basic building blocks and explains three of the many health benefits that come along with incorporating more fat into your diet.
Once you master the following techniques, you'll notice that when you are actually physically hungry, your cravings will lean toward healthy foods more often than they will junk foods!
This is according to an analysis from Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab of 43 published studies examining nutrition
Some of Victoria's Secret's most famous angels, Adrianna Lima, Lily Aldridge, Miranda Kerr, Kylie Bisutti and Tyra Banks sat down with HuffPost Live and spoke candidly about the pressures of being a model and maintaining a healthy personal life.
I thought living sugar free would be easy. I was mistaken. Sugar is a tricky ingredient that shows up in just about everything. To make this commitment work for me I've had to lean on my spiritual faith and truly surrender.
It's easy to eat fresh, locally grown food when fruits and vegetables are as abundant and available as they are during the summer months. And when food is more available, it's more affordable, too.
I would eat something "healthy" and then stress that I wasn't losing weight. I'd steal a cookie off the tray someone brought into work and berate myself for the rest of the day. And I'd ask myself the question: If I have to eat to survive, why does it make me feel so terrible?
We are raising a generation of Americans who don't know their way around a kitchen or how to prepare a meal from scratch. That is why I have invited everyone to join me in an Eat-In tomorrow, April 7.