It's that time of the year when you're running around and don't really want to deal with making dinner. It just seems easier to pop into a local restaurant to grab a quick bite. Is it possible to do that while staying on your program? The amazing news is YES!
It started with a miniature Mr. Goodbar on Halloween night. I mean, Mr. Goodbar is a nostalgic candy -- it reminds me of my childhood (circa 1983), walking down to 7-11 with my brother Jeff on warm summer nights. How could I resist perfectly roasted peanuts in creamy Hershey's milk chocolate?
You made it! You survived Halloween. Here's how to survive the post-trick-or-treating candy sneak.
You want to live a long, full life -- to be young and lean forever. But you could be doing yourself more harm than good.
This model says she was axed because she's not thin enough.
First on my list of things to work on as I flirt with 40 is getting in shape. There is nothing like seeing yourself on national TV and thinking "I know that is my face ... but whose body is it on?"
Most of us get scared to death as bags full of Halloween candy call out to us from store shelves. Some of you are convinced that you get fat just looking at these harbingers of hedonism. Guess what? It doesn't have to be that way.