What’s Your Why Part Two: The Top Reasons...

Your favorite jeans are suddenly too tight and your belt size just went up a notch. You step on the scale and see the number is slowly creeping upward. What gives? A survey of more than 2,000 American adults asked just that - Why do you think you have ever...

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What’s Your Why? The Top Reasons Why Americans...

While following a healthy diet and exercise plan will certainly help you lose weight, what drives people to lose the weight is what will help them to keep it off. A Calorie Control Council survey of more than 1,500 U.S. adults ages 18 and over who want to lose weight,...

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After Losing Weight, Many Americans Struggle To Keep...

You’ve done the work, implemented changes in your diet, improved your exercise regimen and have successfully lost weight. Now the real battle begins—how do you successfully keep it off going forward when faced with life’s challenges and stressors? Staying on the health and fitness wagon is no small feat. It...

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Top 5 Lifestyle Changes People are Making to...

With obesity rates on the rise, more and more Americans are making efforts to manage their weight through lifestyle changes. The Harris Poll conducted an online consumer survey in November 2016 for the Calorie Control Council of over 2,000 U.S. adults ages 18 and older to learn what changes in...

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What Two Doctors Had to Say about Moms-to-Be...

By: Keri Peterson, MD and Keith T. Ayoob, Ed.D. -- With research reports of pregnant women with gestational diabetes and the possible impact their diet has on their children, the Calorie Control Council caught up with two of its advisors. Keri Peterson, MD  a New York City (NYC)-based physician in...

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Ask the Doctor: Heart Health

The Calorie Control Council asked Keri Peterson, MD five questions about heart health. [su_service title="What are foods that are heart healthy?" icon="icon: question" icon_color="#FF9E00"] The first group is foods that are rich in anti-oxidants. These tend to be brightly colored like pomegranates, blueberries, tomatoes, and spinach. Antioxidants decrease your risk...

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