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Oct 25, 2009

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Oct 17, 2009

Yummy Foods That Fight Fat

Dieting to lose weight should not mean depriving yourself of foods that taste good. In fact, eating healthier means you get to eat a lot of richer, better-tasting foods that just so happen to fight fat.

These are just some of those foods that can help you maintain your figure:

Why they're good for you: They contain a high amount of alpha-linolenic acid, which speeds up metabolism, and can cut down BMI and weight by as much as 18 percent.

Why they're good for you: Fresh or frozen, these Vitamin C-packed fruits can improve the quality of your workouts and help you burn up to 30 percent more fat.

Why it's good for you: Just a 1/4 teaspoon of it on your breakfast can keep you from experiencing an insulin spike, which causes your body to store fat.

Why it's good for you: The turmeric in mustard slows the growth of fat tissues.

Why they're good for you: Citrus fruit contains flavones that fight fat.

Why they're good for you: They are rich in choline, which stops fat absorption and breaks down fat deposits. (Those with breast cancer in their family history should check with their doctor first.)

Sweet potatoes
Why they're good for you: They're high in fiber and keep the insulin in check.

Swiss cheese
Why it's good for you: It has more calcium than most other cheeses, reduces fat-producing enzymes and increases further fat breakdown. Of course, the lower-fat version is healthier, too.

--Yahoo Health

Oct 2, 2009

Calories in Your Coffee Cup

That extra caffeine perk to get you through the day may also get you a few extra pounds on the scale, says a new study.

The findings are based on 3,000 purchases made at 115 restaurant chains in New York City, and include:

-Brewed coffee and tea contain an average of 63 calories, including when the drink may come with sugar and milk.
-Blended beverages contain about 239 calories, which is 89 more calories than a can of soda.
-A large ice-blended coffee drink can contain a whopping 750 calories or more.

You don't have to give up your favorite caffeine craving, but moderation always helps, and so does going for low-fat or skim milk instead of whole and using little to no sugar.

--New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene news release