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French Fries Aren’t the Only Things Making Us Fatter

Since the '60s Americans have increasingly been bulking up. The average American today weighs about 24 pounds heavier than they did in 1960. The typical woman today weighs 164 pounds and men, statistically, weigh 194 pounds. The 'growing' population has led to larger seats on airplanes, trains, hospital beds and coffins; yet most Americans believe that they and their children are at a healthy weight.

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How is Your Losing Weight Resolution Going? [POLL]

It's a horrible let down to make a resolution only to 'fail', that's why I don't make them. In my mind, if I don't have what it takes to stop eating fries, shop online or buy another pair of boots

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Words Every Fat Woman Needs to Hear

There is no doubt that I have spent my life on the plus and minus side of the scale. I have enjoyed food and h-a-t-e-d my love for macaroni and cheese. But the one thing that I have found through the years, is whether I have a slight double chin or my American Indian cheek bones are defined, I am who I am. Now, I may not look as good in pictures and may only see my faults at times, but again, I am always me.

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Recipe Rescue: 2014 Diet Resolution Chicken Salad

I literally spent forever in the kitchen last night trying to create a hearty chicken salad that was flavorful and with less calories than normal chicken salad. After tasting it and tweaking it a million times (thanks too to my James for being my guinea pig) I think that I nailed it. Check out my recipe and tell me what you think.

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What is the Hardest New Year’s Resolution to Keep? [POLL]

I am not a new years resolution setter, I failed one too many times to put any stock into me actually accomplishing something just because we started a new year. But there are many people that swear by resolutions, they make them every year and mostly accomplish their tasks, at least partially. So, I ask you, which of the popular resolutions do you think are the hardest to keep?

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This Year Make a New Year’s Resolution You Can Keep

As this year winds down, thoughts turn to the future and what we want from the new year. Many resolutions are made, and few actually survive the winds of February.

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions: How to Save Money, Get Organized and Lose Weight!

Personally, I try to stay away from resolutions, a new year doesn't mean a new me and if I am slow to make a change in an area of my life a new year isn't going to change that, but in swimming along with the rest of the world, here are the most notable resolutions.

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Cookies or Carrots; How’s the Resolution to Lose Weight Working Out? [POLL]

It's torture, resolutions to lose weight! It's like setting yourself up for failure with the Superbowl and Valentines day and don't forget Presidents day... who can control themselves with all these temptations?!?

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This Year I Will (Fill in the Blank)

Resolutions are so not my thing. They actually scare me. I put so much pressure on myself already without writing it down on a piece of paper and posting it on the fridge. But it seems to be a way many test themselves going into a new year. Have you come up with any idea's for 20-12?

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My Top 10…Ok, Make That My Top 5 Resolutions

So I sat down and started to make out my top 10 New Years Resolutions {not sure why} and quickly discovered 10 was out of the question.

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Water Instead Of Soda Will Save You $1,100 In 2011

It's that time of year where many of us will make resolutions. I don't normally make resolutions anymore, but this one caught my eye. Drinking water, instead of soda, could save you $1,100 a year and countless calories!

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