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Healthy Nibbles: ListMania Edition

26 Mar

From our eyes to yours … here’s what was up in health and nutrition news for the week of March 19th, 2012.

Whether it be ‘how to’ tips or ‘best and worst’ rankings, people just can’t seem to get enough of lists. So, in keeping with this spirit, here’s a collection of health- and nutrition-related lists that made news headlines this past week. Enjoy!

Healthy Living Lists

Pic Courtesy of J. Mulik

Just how much control does your mood have over your appetite? If you’re anything like me and answered “too much,” here’s a breakdown of handy tips to help overcome emotional eating. [Healthland TIME]

When it comes to exercising, getting started is often the biggest hurdle for many people. For those who’ve successfully made it over this initial hump, the next challenge will likely be maintaining momentum. For that extra push, here are a few fitness tips to help overcome that dreaded performance plateau. [Health Zone]

Childhood obesity is a growing concern for parents and public health officials alike. To help address the issue, here are a few parenting tips to help little ones lose unwanted pounds. [The Atlantic]

Though the items might change from time to time, this list seems to be on permanent rotation in any health forum. It’s an oldie but a goodie – a breakdown of the best foods to help boost your diet and fight fat. [Vancouver Sun]

Okay, as far as lists go, this one is pretty short. But what this food-related recommended reading list lacks in size, it makes up for in substance. Who wouldn’t want to get their hands on a bit more perspective, right? [The Atlantic]