10 Healthy Eating Apps This Nutritionist Loves

I set out to find ten apps I think I’ll regularly use myself, and recommend to my clients. Here are my finds (all free by the way), and the situations in which I bet I’ll be glad they’ll be at my fingertips.

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What Is Clean Eating?

Clean eating, or eating clean, is a major movement, spurred by people from all walks of life, who want to feel good about what they’re putting in their bodies. When I asked via Twitter, “What does clean eating mean to you?” I received a variety of replies, from simply ‘eating fresh fruits and veggies,’ to ‘not eating anything artificial.’

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5 Reasons New Diets Fail (And How to Avoid Them)

The start of the new year is the ultimate opportunity to undo the holiday damage, make a fresh start, and resolve to avoid the indulgences that have left you feeling less-than-confident about your body.

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Holiday Eating Peer Pressure? 6 Diet Dos and Don’ts

One of the things many of my clients dread most about the holidays is feeling guilted or coerced into overeating by family members and friends who try to derail their healthy efforts.

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5 Myths and Facts About Holiday Weight Gain

With a few weeks until New Year’s Day, it’s still prime indulging season, the time of year when you may feel tempted to give into lots of treats, and worry about the consequences in January. But are some of the things you believe about holiday weight gain actually old wives tales? Here are five falsehoods and truths about how the holidays really affect your weight.

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15 Biggest Diet and Weight Loss Stories of 2013

There were so many great food-related stories throughout 2013, I had a hard time narrowing my picks, but the following 15 are among those I found to be the most compelling. Here’s a synopsis of each, along with my takeaway advice.

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Video Move of the Day: Standing Knee Tuck

Got a minute to spare? Then we’ve got an exercise for you! This is a quick-and-easy move that can be done virtually anywhere at any time, whether you’re waiting for water to boil in your kitchen or sitting through commercials in your living room.

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Best and Worst Gifts for People on a Diet

If someone you love is trying to lose weight, you want to support his or her efforts to get healthy. And the holiday is no exception. In fact, giving a healthy gift is a wonderful way to show anyone how much you care, and there are great options in every price range. Here are some gifts I think nearly anybody would love to receive this season, whether or not they are trying to lose weight–and a few you should skip.

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5 Simple Ways to Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

For many people I counsel, the downward spiral of holiday overeating starts at Halloween and ends on New Year’s Day, typically with a vow to undo the damage and get back on track again. But the truth is, it’s much, much easier to fend off weight gain than it is to shed “padding” you’ve put on.

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How Your Diet’s Acidity is Linked to Diabetes

Diets aimed at reducing acidity are becoming increasingly popular, with celebs like Victoria Beckham touting their benefits; and now a brand-new study lends some clout. After tracking over 65,000 women for 14 years, French scientists found that an acidic diet was tied to a 56% greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with one that was more alkaline.

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