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Recipe to Try: Zucchini Noodle Salad with Chicken
Liquid diets promise weight loss, detoxing and cleansing. From protein shakes to cold-pressed juices, they claim to have a solution—albeit an expensive one—to your health worries and woes. Should you try a liquid diet? It depends on your goals and how you go about it.
Slim down while staying satisfied with the healthy 400-calorie dinners in this 7-day meal plan. Loaded with veggies, lean protein and whole grains, these meals will keep you feeling full all evening long so you'll be less likely to crave late-night snacks.
At last, we can all agree: carbs are not evil! In Bob Harper's new book, The Super Carb Diet, the celebrity fitness trainer reiterates something we at EatingWell have known for a long time. It's not about cutting out carbs, but instead it's choosing the right kind of healthy carbs. The Super Carb Diet covers which carbs are super and which carbs Harper dubs "carbage," the type of refined carbs and sugars that spike your blood sugar and don't do much for you nutritionally.
Create your own 1,500-calorie day with these healthy, satisfying meals to help you lose weight.
Most people will lose weight on a daily diet of 1,500 calories, which is the total calorie count for all the food pictured here.