Diet Awards 2008

For the first time we’re honoring 10 sites in the Diet Awards. Each of these sites share a common thread – a desire to help people live healthy lives. That’s what drives everyday, and we know it’s a … Continue reading

Major Food Brands Adopt New Smart Choices Logo

Some of the nation’s largest food and beverage companies are implementing a common nutritional standard and using a universal logo on packaging to denote healthier foods in our grocery aisles, which they are hoping will help consumers identify and purchase … Continue reading

The Top 10 Healthiest Supermarkets

Unless you live off the land, your health and well being is in the hands of your local supermarkets. Not all grocery stores are created equal. So it behooves you to know which offer you the healthiest foods, and thus … Continue reading

Rate Your Physical Activity

Being active is very important and requires a huge commitment to find time every day to exercise. I am going to have you rate your physical activity on a daily basis. The physical activity guidelines state that an individual should exercise at least … Continue reading

Oprah Tips Scales at 200 Pounds, Again

If there’s one thing that women will not divulge, it’s the number on the scale. But Oprah isn’t your average woman. She’s one of the most powerful and successful women on the planet. But if there’s one thing that Oprah … Continue reading

Have Yourself a Healthy Little Holiday

This month, we’re pleased to have Molly Wangsgaard join us in the Diet Blog as our Featured Guest Blogger. Molly is a Corporate Dietitian and Program Development Manager for Jenny Craig, Inc., and will be sharing some helpful strategies on … Continue reading

Angry Kids Pep Up With Exercise

Being a kid is tough. You’re dealing with puberty and peer pressure. It can all be so overwhelming. And sometimes those pressures can manifest themselves as anger. Parents know all too well how kids can huff and puff, slam doors, … Continue reading