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Recipes

You can find hundreds of free recipes at DietsInReview.com that complement your Weight Watchers, Diabetic or Low-Carb/Atkins Diet. Recipes like the following don’t make you sacrifice flavor for your diet’s sake.

Crock Pot Pork Chops and Potatoes

Crock Pot Pork Chops and Potatoes

Ease into the cooler early fall temperatures by slow cooking these pork chops and potatoes for dinner. It's a feel good dinner that won't leave you feeling bad afterward. 4.7 WW Points, 240 Calories, 6g Fat


Baked Chicken and Prosciutto

Baked Chicken and Prosciutto

Give this simpler variation of chicken cordon bleu a try. This tasty recipe takes just minutes to make and has only three ingredients. It's better for you than the traditional recipe, too. 4.2 WW Points, 202 Calories, 3g Fat


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Kinsey

Kinsey’s Nutrition Tips

Social Support aids Weight Loss and Maintenance

Studies show that having a positive, encouraging group of people (significant other, friends, co-workers, siblings, etc.) around you significantly helps with weight loss and maintaining those pounds lost. In fact, studies show the more support a person receives the more weight they loose. However, it?s important that the support come in the form of complimenting how you look, feel, or noticing a change in your mood/attitude rather then the total number of pounds lost.



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Must-see Blog Posts

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Diet Reviews

It's the hottest new supplement on the market. Acai, a Superfood from Brazil's Amazon, is a small berry with a highly concentrated amount of antioxidants. Acai is available straight from the berry, or in pills/capsules, juices, powders and more. See the reviews to learn more.

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Matt’s Fitness Tip

Matt

Working Out During Football Season
Football season is here and life is great. Watching football takes up a lot of time whether it be on television or watching it live. When watching it on TV try to get up and be active during the commercial breaks. Try doing push-ups, crunches, squats, or walk up and down the stairs a couple times. If you are watching it live, feel free to stand up during the intense moments and hit up the bathroom or nice little stroll around the stadium during half-time. These little bursts of activity will increase the heart rate a little bit and help burn those unwanted calories from the pre-game meal. Send Matt your questions today.
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