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What “Thigh Gap” Taught Me About Changing My Habits

What “Thigh Gap” Taught Me About Changing My Habits

If you're struggling with getting healthy or losing weight, there's a reasonable chance that there's a transformative gift in your past that you haven't uncovered yet.

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat

This week children change parents' habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat.

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The “I Don’t Feel Like It” Fallacy

The “I Don’t Feel Like It” Fallacy

It is not a good sign when the reason is just, "I don't feel like it."

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How to Know When You’ve Gotten “Enough” Exercise

How to Know When You’ve Gotten “Enough” Exercise

Have you ever fallen prey to the Not Enough Fallacy?

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The Healthstyle Struggles I’ve Faced Since Launching Summer Tomato

The Healthstyle Struggles I’ve Faced Since Launching Summer Tomato

Even today I face incredibly difficult healthstyle obstacles that test me to my core.

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