Sick of the Old Haunts? Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

Sick of the Old Haunts?

Love & Relationships

If you're a bit too old for trick-or-treating, don't worry – there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy!

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How to Rock Your Halloween Costume Style & Beauty
Style & Beauty

How to Rock Your Halloween Costume

Style & Beauty

It's easy to pick up a $50 costume in a bag, but why not get a little more inventive and…

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7 Strategies to Limit Candy Consumption Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

7 Strategies to Limit Candy Consumption

Diet & Fitness

It's quite a trick to withstand the temptation of sweet treats during this time of year. Here are some smart…

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Slaying the Candy Monster Moms
Moms

Slaying the Candy Monster

Moms

The spoils of trick-or-treating really can spoil a family! Here are some ways to handle Halloween sweets.

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Party Chocolate Pretzels Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Party Chocolate Pretzels

Food & Recipes

A little sweet, a little salty – this treat is perfect for sharing at parties or simply serving a delicious…

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Cheap Psychic? What You Need to Know New Age
New Age

Cheap Psychic? What You Need to Know

New Age

Ready for some fortune-telling fun this Halloween? Here's what you need to know before shelling out for a psychic.

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Avoid Diets That Are Low in Calories

Common sense says that if you want to lose weight, you should lower your calorie intake. But how low can you go? It's important to find a happy medium that will be good for your body. Many people believe that dropping down to 800 calories or less will help shed those extra pounds. However, this type of calorie cutting is neither healthy nor sustainable. People who need to follow a low calorie diet for medical reasons should do so only under the supervision of a doctor. Side effects of calorie-restricted diets include fatigue, nausea, diarrhea and constipation. The recommended daily allowance of calories for an average-sized adult is 2,500.