Marketers love my mom. They phone, send her snail mail, populate her inbox, and come at her with more and more promises, thinking eventually she may say yes. Like my mom, many older adults are the targets of scammers trying to sell hope. Maybe in that way older adults are similar to people trying to
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The best weight loss device (or diet) is the one that works for you. http://t.co/EuQhXqQY
Did you know that getting different plates, bowls, and table linens might boost your weight loss efforts by helping you manage portions?
In a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, people ate less when the color of the plate and the food on the plate contrasted, such as pasta in red sauce on
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It’s Thanksgiving week and the official start to the holiday season. What a perfect time to look for ways to get through November and December with your weight and health more or less intact. So I’m kicking off my Monday blog post with Cooking by Number.
Did you ever “paint by number”? You start
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It’s important to have people to turn to for support, encouragement, motivation. http://nyti.ms/tK3zeB
Harvard study shows weight loss benefits from eating vegetables, fruits, whole grains, yogurt in Counting Calories? Your Weight-Loss Plan May Be Outdated – http://nyti.ms/q2Ouf7
Interesting article on using technology to aid weight loss. http://t.co/Yxvyrqr
Vegetable Purees Hidden in Favorite Dishes Can Help: Lose Weight, Gain Nutrients – AARP Bulletin http://t.co/8s0Vtr6