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Stay on Track With the iVillage Challenge

January is the season of resolutions. While we all might have good intentions, it is difficult to stay on track when you are going at it alone. Yep, a little outside structure is great for providing motivation and goals. If you are looking to lose weight in 2008 check out the Supercharge Change For Better Health Community Challenge sponsored by iVillage. It is a six-week challenge to help you stay engaged with your new goals. The length of time to sign up process is minimal, but the benefits are huge. You will receive daily tips delivered directly to your email and these tips are from leading experts in nutrition, fitness and body image psychology. Plus hints on diet superfoods, toning tips, as well as confidence-boosting makeup tricks so you feel pretty during the process.

The best thing about this challenge is that it is free. To take charge and make the changes your resolved to do.

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The challenge starts today, so I would head on over right now and start!

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suzanne suzanne 8 years
I just joined the challenge and read a bit of it... Here I was thinking that I was the only one alive who realized the wonderful benefits of substituting Xylitol for sugar - but they recommended using it for a sweetener. Allelulia! :notworthy:I sound like an ad, but I'm a baker and needed a sugar sub so that I could bake my goodies and enjoy them without guilt. Xylitol measures and bakes exactly like sugar. If you're looking for a natural, not chemically processed substitute for sugar... Xylitol is for you! It has virtually no glycemic index and is considered the ideal sweetener for diabetics. Dentists recommend it to decrease tooth decay. Go online and read about it and then give it a try... tell me what you think!OK, I'm off the soapbox now :)
suzanne suzanne 8 years
I just joined the challenge and read a bit of it... Here I was thinking that I was the only one alive who realized the wonderful benefits of substituting Xylitol for sugar - but they recommended using it for a sweetener. Allelulia! :notworthy: I sound like an ad, but I'm a baker and needed a sugar sub so that I could bake my goodies and enjoy them without guilt. Xylitol measures and bakes exactly like sugar. If you're looking for a natural, not chemically processed substitute for sugar... Xylitol is for you! It has virtually no glycemic index and is considered the ideal sweetener for diabetics. Dentists recommend it to decrease tooth decay. Go online and read about it and then give it a try... tell me what you think! OK, I'm off the soapbox now :)
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
i love these sorts of things. they should be around more!
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