The average American eats approximately five meals per week in restaurants. That’s roughly 20 meals a month or 240 meals a year, where someone else controls what goes into your food and into your body. How can you avoid a restaurant food "hangover"—and keep unwanted pounds at bay?Read Full Story
Let’s face it, the foods that originated in the South are some of the best and most flavorful you can ever eat! True comfort food, by way of desserts, chicken cooked every way imaginable, drinks such as lemonade and sweet tea -- and let’s not forget the famous barbecue served up by the heapin’ helpin’, is readily available all over Georgia.Read Full Story
Whether you find yourself constantly traveling for work, or just take a single vacation each year, being hungry at the airport can sabotage your healthy eating habits and cause you to scramble for the nearest cinnamon roll stand. Don’t let your diet fall by the wayside when traveling. With proper planning you can avoid derailing your diet with airport food. Here are seven tips to help you make healthy choices at the airport food court.Read Full Story
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, bringing the weekend with the most passengers in the friendly skies. While running through the airport, save the splurging for turkey day to help stay on track and beat the bloat the rest of the travel season long.Read Full Story
If these crummy economic times have taught us anything, it’s that the days of paying full price for something are over. The same goes for dining out. Here are 4 secrets to save money at restaurants, from fancy bistros to grab-and-go delis.Read Full Story
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