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Are these 7 “Healthy” Foods As Healthy As You Think? | MyFitnessPal
Is a granola bar “healthy”? What about sushi or coconut oil? In May of this year, the New York Times and the polling firm Morning Consult surveyed average Americans and nutritionists about their thoughts on the healthfulness of 52 common foods. Turns out that what’s “healthy” is not a cut-and-dry answer; there was plenty of …
Ask the Dietitian: Is It OK to Eat Sugary Fruit? | MyFitnessPal
Eat an orange - The popular media, trusted health organizations (like the American Heart Association, World Health Organization and National Academy of Medicine) and high-profile nutrition experts have all called for us to eat less added sugar. After all, added …
Your “Diet” Foods Should Make You Feel Full, Not Just Be Low In Calories
When trying to lose weight, most people understand they need to eat less, but eating less food means more hunger (which sucks). But they go about eating less all wrong. In order to deal with the inevitable hunger, aim for foods that provide “volume” and help you feel full.
The "Free" Foods You Can Eat to Stay Full on a Diet
Almost all foods contain calories, but some foods have so few that they aren't worth really counting. These are frequently called "free foods." If you're on a diet and want a snack, here are a list of those "free foods" that you can eat in moderation without tracking.