How to Lose Weight but Eat Well
It wasn’t too long ago that anyone trying to lose weight had limited choices. They could read labels on packages and count calories themselves, or join a program that provided portion-controlled frozen meals for a set price. Luckily for consumers, new alternatives have emerged, and they are much tastier and accessible than before. Some are coming straight out of supermarkets, where in-store dietitians conduct classes and even create a weekly package of three meals and two snacks ...
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