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Dieting doesn't have to be about eating rabbit food every day or denying yourself the occasional treat. This year, take on a few small changes that will add up to big weight loss. Check out some easy ways to help you get fit in ‘09, including some surprising tips, like and .
Fill Up to Slim Down
It's not always about eating less. you can pile on your plate to fill you up and still help you drop those pesky pounds.
New Year, New You
Need a little kick in the caboose? Start the year off right with these simple tummy-taming tips.
Diet Tips from the Experts
Get the scoop on realistic ways to lose weight from iVillage nutrition experts.
Tips for Every Occasion
Nutrition editor Madelyn Fernstrom, phD gives you her healthy picks.
Diet Myth or Fact
Many diet trends seem too good to be true. Separate diet fact from diet fiction.
Quick Fixes That Work
You can lose up to four pounds a year by avoiding impulse candy purchases at the grocery store checkout. Find more ways to lose with little effort.

 

 

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