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Detox Diaries: Lemonade Cleanse Pages: 2
When life hands you lemons...you concoct a lemonade cleanse! See how our two testers fared on their three-day journey.
Breakfast Bars: A Good Substitute? (February 2006)
Don't have time to make yourself oatmeal or a high-fiber cereal this morning? Grab a breakfast bar instead - but be sure to follow these guidelines.
What Love Does to Your Diet Pages: 2 3
Your ass should not grow in direct proportion to your affection for your guy. Follow Cosmo's tips for keeping couples' bad eating habits in check so you both stay looking as hot as you did the day you met.
The No-Diet Weight-Loss Method (November 2007) Pages: 2
Geneen Roth offers advice on how to lose weight, without dieting, by recognizing the emotional triggers that cause unnecessary eating.
Citrus Fruit Benefits
Citrus fruits noted for their vitamin C but have a lot more to offer.
Is Cheese Bad for You? Pages: 2
Cheese is high in calories (about 100 per ounce, on average) and fat (6 to 9 grams per ounce, most of which is saturated), and it often contains a lot of sodium. Still, small amounts can fit into most peoples diets.
Greek Lessons Pages: 2
Does the Mediterranean diet really work?
Try a Low-Drama Detox
By eating simple foods and taking steps to help your body perform its natural modes of detoxification, you can nudge the needle on your personal wellness meter toward greater vitality. To that end, here are several tips for a low-drama detox.
Vitamins and Exercise Add Up to a Surprise Pages: 2
Should you run away from supplements?
Nuts About Magnesium
Which foods are high in magnesium?
Is Creatine Safe?
Of all sports supplements on the market, creatine monohydrate is one of the most popular. It is also one of the most researched. Dozens of controlled studies have been done over the past 10 years, with most finding that it has some benefit, particula
Cholesterol Busters Pages: 2
Here's a rundown of some cholesterol lowering supplements, which are sold on their own and in countless "heart-health" formulas. We chose some good ones, and some questionable ones.
Açaí: The Ponzi Berry?
There is no magic berry for weight loss or good health. Açaí berries are no doubt a good food, like other berries, but why pay a fortune for them or supplements containing them?
Try a Low-Drama Detox
3 Fats That Make You Skinny Pages: 2 3
Forget dry toast and plain vegetables. Adding these fats to your food can help you get the body you want.
Sip These Summer Drinks, Save Calories
If summer spells sweet tea or Frappuccinos or other sugary sippers to you, beware. Here, beverages that pack the most calories, and a slew of smart alternatives that will let you drink to your health.
Beauty from the Inside Out (November 2006) Pages: 2
Skin maintenance, thank you, science is now an inside job, with multitasking vitamins an essential part of anti-aging efforts. A new wrinkle, says Genevieve Monsma, that we can welcome.
There's a Pill for That Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7
Patients are being offered more cures for more ailments than ever before. Here's what you need to know about the drugs - and the information - you're getting.
Healthy Holiday Cocktails
Make these changes in your holiday glass and you can truly toast to good health.
What You Don't Know About Your Hangover (December 2006) Pages: 2
How to wake up without regretting the night before (at least as far as alcohol is concerned).
6 Myths About Organic Food
All organics aren't created equal. Here's what's hidden behind the label
Foods That Will Help You Lose Weight
Tracey Anderson's Foods to Slim By
5 Foods You Should Eat Every Day
Try these five nutritional superstars for a result that's even greater than the sum of its wholesome parts.
9 Things You Didn't Know About Detoxing
Get the lowdown on detoxing plus 4 at-home detox tips.
Eat Healthy, Save Money
Even if you're not interested in going on a diet plan, these tips from Weight Watchers can help minimize costs while maximizing efforts for a healthy lifestyle.
Healthy Foods That Make You Fat (March 2005) Pages: 2
What happened when 10,000 dieters ate mainly healthy foods? Not much, if they filled up on the foods from this list. Here's how to eat right and lose weight from Marie Claire.
Five Ways Your Breakfast Makes You Bitchy Pages: 2
The secret to staying calm in traffic, not swearing at the copier and being nicer to your assistant could be on your breakfast plate. Fix these eating errors and feel better all day.
How Often Do We Need to Eat? (December 2006) Pages: 2 3
How often you need to eat is hotly contested among weight-loss experts. What works for real women? See who got slender and who got cranky.
Get Gorgeous Overnight
What to eat for glowing skin; eat these foods for immediate results.
Energy Brews and Caffeine-Infused Vodka
Where there was once Red Bull and vodka, there are now a bunch of new alcoholic products with the caffeine already in them.
Make Your Workout Hurt Less
Make your workout hurt less
9 Myths About Your Salad
9 Myths About Your Salad
Herbal Honey to the Rescue
Get a caffeine-free jolt of energy, calm an upset stomach, or fight off a summer cold with DR. ANDREW WEIL FOR ORIGINS WEIL BEE-INGS herb-infused creamed honeys
Have a Low-Impact Day
The latest on what to eat, do, and think to take your body and life to the max.
Top 6 Myths About Bottled Water Pages: 2
Bottled water - already a more than $10 billion industry - is the fastest-growing beverage category in the U.S. But is it good for you? Here's the pure truth.
Eat Your Way to Energy Pages: 2 3 4
The number-one reason Americans altered their eating habits last year was to get more energy. Four women and the experts weigh in on which changes really work.
Acai: The New Superfood
Acai, a Brazilian berry now found in everything from smoothies to yogurt to cereal, is worth some of its buzz.
Eat This Now: Halloween Candy
Smart ideas for indulging.
Eat This Now: Apples
Add apples to a meal, and chances are, you won't leave hungry. Marie Claire has the nutrition scoop.
Eat This Now: Cranberries
How to crank up your cranberry sauce.
Anatomy of a Holiday Pig-Out Pages: 2
A typical holiday meal contains over 3,000 calories. What does it do to your body? Michele Meyer reports.
What's Your Holiday Eating IQ?
Before you liberally pour gravy on those mashed potatoes, put the utensils down and test your holiday eating IQ.
Your Pre-Party Meal Plan
Follow these tips to lose weight quick.
Keep a Food Journal, Lose Weight
The latest on what to eat, do, and think to take your body and life to the max. Fitness advice from the experts. Get slim, get fit, get healthy.
My "No Diet" Diet
What would happen if you stopped dieting? If you ate the steak-and the frites-because you wanted them? Yael Kohen discovered that eating what you want isn't as easy as you think
Post-Thanksgiving Damage Control
The average American gains one pound - an excess of 3500 calories - with every Turkey Day. MarieClaire.com tells you how to start burning off those calories the next day.
4 Stay-Slim Eating Strategies
Get through the party season without adding pounds by focusing your workout on the most effective toning moves.
The New Japanese Diet Fad
Marie Claire talks about a new banana diet popular in Japan.
The New Diet Pill: Is It for You?
Maybe you've heard that come summer, you'll be able to go into the drugstore and -- without a prescription -- walk out with an FDA-approved diet pill called alli. So, what's the catch?
Eat to Stay Slim
Eat to stay slim, even when you can't get to the gym.