are their benefits to cheating on your diet

To Cheat or Not to Cheat … We Answer the ?

While cheating is a no-no in many circumstances (from high school history tests to marriage) there are some instances where cheating is not only okay but absolutely essential for your success. Specifically, allowing yourself to cheat may actually help you stick with your diet plan and lose the unwanted weight you’ve been trying to shed.

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A Healthy, Happy Thanksgiving

A lot of dieters dread Thanksgiving, thinking they only have two choices:
1) join in the festivities and pay the price with an expanding waistline or
2) stick to a diet and be miserable while everyone else chows down
Since Thanksgiving is centered around a lavish dinner, where traditionally we give thanks by eating as much as we can, it can be a dieter’s nightmare. But here are five tips to keep you both slim and sane.

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Lose Holiday Pounds Fast

Lose Those Holiday Pounds Fast!

When you’re trying to lose weight (or even maintain yours) successfully navigating the holiday season can feel like walking through a minefield. With all the seasonal temptations and traditional treats (not to mention the peer pressure from friends and family) it’s easy to find yourself blown off course.

But just as easy as it is to put that extra weight on, you can lose those holiday pounds with some healthy tips and a little help from the Hollywood Miracle Diet®.

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The Easy Way to Avoid Weight Gain During the Holidays!

Tell your friends you’re going on a cookie diet during the holidays and they’ll say “join the club.” But with the right cookie diet you can actually lose weight during the holidays. While cookies aren’t something you’d necessarily classify as diet food the tasty and nutritious meal replacements offered by the Hollywood Cookie Diet® can help you keep those holiday pounds from packing on. And there’s scientific evidence to back up those claims!

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Healthy Holiday Faves + Winter Workout Tips

Enjoy Holiday Favorites the Heathy Way

1. Cocoa

Raw cocoa has a lot of health benefits. It has a high concentration of antioxidants, which can do everything from help prevent cancer and heart disease, to fight aging in general. The polyphenols and flavanols in cocoa have potential health benefits for the skin, the brain, and cardiovascular system.

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5 Sugar Facts + Thanksgiving Do’s & Don’ts

Americans consume an average of 32 teaspoons of added sugar each day. According to the USDA, sugar is the number one food additive. Sure it’s in jam, ice cream, and cereal. But it’s also in pizza, bread, processed meats, boxed meals, soup, crackers, spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables, yogurt, ketchup, salad dressing,

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