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Planning To Eat Healthy

Can you stick to a plan once you’ve made it? Making a mental budget can be a powerful way to achieve your healthy eating goals – but there are some tricks and traps that can make or break your progress.

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Beating Binge Eating

Do you eat only when you’re physically hungry, or do your emotions drive your appetite to the point of binge eating?

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Eating Well (Part Two)

In part two of this article we look at some of the food planning issues that come into play when eating well with diabetes.

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Look Out! There’s A Salad On The Menu

When your quest is to eat a healthy, balanced diet, the pot-holes that upset your progress can be hidden in surprising places.

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Eating Lean: Low Fat Snacking

Sometimes having a snack can be just the thing to help you power through the day. But it can also be a major trap for those looking to keep their fat intake low.

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Stay Lean (But Not Mean) Over The Holiday Season

Normal eating and exercise habits tend to be abandoned during the manic holiday period. What can we do to stay healthy and avoid gaining weight over the festive season?

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Eating Strategically: Part 2

One of the reasons diets so often fail is that willpower only takes you so far in resisting temptation. For long term success, getting strategic about how you deal with food can make eating well far less painful.

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Eating Strategically: Part 1

Every one of us makes dozens of decisions about food and drink every day. If you're trying to cut down on calories, research shows there are tricks you can use to help make these decisions a whole lot easier.

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Lulled By Low Fat Label?

Did you have another bowl because the label said "low fat"? Well, be warned that low fat is not necessarily "low kilojoule". And consuming these foods can lead us to eat up to 45 per cent more kilojoules.

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Snack Foods Supply Excess Fat

Aussie kids are consuming two to four times the recommended amounts of unhealthy snack foods, a new study has revealed.

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Filling up? Think French

Why don't the French get fat, considering all the wine, cheese, pate and pastries they eat? The answer may lie in their eating habits.

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Saturday Sabotage

If you're struggling to control your weight, it may be that your Saturdays are sabotaging your healthy eating efforts.

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Think About Eating

Are you a cookie crumbler? Or a chip cruncher? Or a chocolate chomper? Well, that’s okay, as long as you don’t do it every day.

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Eating: Are You Competent?

Are you "eating competent"? And no, we're not asking whether you can outdo everyone else at an all-you-can-eat buffet.

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Kitchen Clean-Out Time

Have a look in your kitchen cupboards and refrigerator. If you're looking at biscuits and lollies rather than fruit and vegetables, perhaps it's time to talk with your parents about a kitchen clean-out.

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