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If lawmakers get their way, you won't be seeing calorie counts and nutritional info on restaurant menus any time soon.
Two nutritionists weigh in on the benefits of being a human calorie counter while trying to lose weight.
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Really. There's a much better way to approach eating to help you reach and maintain your optimal health and ideal weight.
9 times the quality of your food is far more important than calorie count.
These practical diet and exercise tricks fit into your routine just as easily as you’ll soon fit into smaller pants.
The right number of calories, fat, carbs, and protein will help you lose weight and never feel hungry.
Nutritionist Cynthia Sass explains why you should stop counting calories to get healthy and lose weight.