By Tina Haupert Since finding my Feel Great Weight nearly 6 years ago, maintaining it has gotten easier and easier each day. Still, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies when it comes to my weight. I love to eat, so sometimes it’s easy for me to fall off the wagon with my healthy eating and exercise regimen. Getting off track is never enjoyable, but usually I just need to take a step back and refocus. What works for me is a little inspiration, some positive thinking, and strengthened self-discipline
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Need Some Healthy Inspiration? 4 Diet Motivation Tips
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By Tina Haupert The older I get (I’m 30 now!), the more I find myself doing things that are healthy for me. I used to eat vegetables because they were low in calories, and they’d help me lose weight. I’d also spend hours at the gym each week, on the elliptical or stair-climber, just to burn calories.
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3 Ways to Diet But Still Get the Nutrition You Need
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By Tina Haupert I celebrated my two-year wedding anniversary last weekend.
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The Husband Diet: 4 Ways to Keep Your Marriage From Making You Fat
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By Tina Haupert Last week, I spent four days in Vermont and New Hampshire with a few other bloggers as part of the first-ever Stonyfield Farm Blogger Barnstorming Tour. It was a chance for us to get some mud on our boots—and to learn firsthand why organic food really is good for us and the planet. We met farmers, who are true caretakers of the land and their animals and work hard every day to produce food for our tables and families. Since reaching my Feel Great Weight, I’ve put more thought into what I put into my body, and my trip made me think about that even more. I didn’t know much about organic farming, so this was an eye-opening trip for me.
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Going Organic: Good for the Earth, Good for Your Diet
Heather Weston By Ingela Ratledge From Health magazine Major weight loss? Check! Now find out how to keep your beautiful body—without having to sweat every calorie. Drumroll, please! After seven months of hard work, the three readers on our Feel Great Weight program are ready to unveil their downsized bods and supercharged outlooks. All of you who’ve followed our plan are ready to celebrate your hard-earned success, as well—nice work! But before we send you on your slim, merry way, we’ve asked our Dream Team to share their top tips for how to make that success last
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Stay Slim for Good
Heather Weston/Sonja Pacho Are you ready to lose weight the healthy way—with free personal training and nutritionist support? We’re looking for 3 women in their late 20s, 30s, 40s, or 50s who live in the New York City area and would like to lose at least 20 pounds with help from Health magazine and our elite team of experts. Past participants have lost—and kept off—up to 45 pounds! Health magazine’s fourth Feel Great Weight program will launch in our October 2010 issue. We’ll track our chosen women as they follow this 6-month program via monthly columns in the magazine
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Be a Feel Great Weight Dieter