Link Me: Exposing Diet Secrets, Birth Control Law News, and More!
Everybody has summertime slimming on the mind this week! From new calorie-tracking websites to grocery-shopping secrets, here are your best browser hits (plus a few other essential news nuggets).
ThinDish, a website that finds 600-calorie-or-fewer dishes at restaurants near you, is launching next month for weight-watching foodies nationwide. [Betty Confidential]
Contrary to the "using a smaller plate for portion control" theory, people who eat with bigger forks end up eating less. [Time]
In a similar vein, using a cart at the grocery market subconsciously encourages you to make healthier shopping decisions. [Life Hacker]
You know those staggering calorie counts popping up at restaurant chains across the country? Well, now it looks like 20% of the nutritional info is wrong. [Reuters Health]
Find out if the strange side-effects you experience from exercising (like itchy legs) are normal. [FitSugar]
One (funny) writer dishes on having hyperhidrosis, aka excessive sweating. [Jezebel]
New sleep drugs are on the horizon that don't cause wonky hangovers.[Wall Street Journal]