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Are You Overeating by Accident?

"If you overeat, miss a workout, or gain a pound or two, all hope is not lost. Remember how far you've come! Simply return to your healthy habits and recommit to your plan."— M. Regina Castro, M.D.
Healthy Eating
How well can you identify serving sizes?
Are you making a common mistake that can derail your weight-loss efforts? It's easy to underestimate the number of servings you eat and overestimate your intake of healthier options, such as vegetables. These miscalculations, though unintentional, often lead you to consume more calories than you realize. Test your serving-size smarts by answering the following questions — you may learn a few things you didn't already know!
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Challenge Yourself
5K training guide for all levels
Running 3.1 miles may seem daunting if you're a rookie, but it doesn't need to be. This 5K training schedule, created by Olympian Jeff Galloway, incorporates a mix of running, walking and resting. This combination helps reduce the risk of injury, stress and fatigue, while boosting your enjoyment of physical activity. Get ready to lace up those sneakers!

Build endurance with this running plan »
Today's Healthy-Cooking Tip
Reduce sugar in baked goods
Love to bake but don't want extra calories? Try using less sugar to reduce total calories. In most baked goods, you can leave out a third to a half the sugar listed in the recipe without affecting texture or taste.



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Your Daily Horoscope -- October 1, 2018

Born today, you sometimes may operate according to motives that you keep strictly to yourself, and this is something that has other people thinking, o
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Today's Birthday Horoscope:
October 01, 2018
Born today, you sometimes may operate according to motives that you keep strictly to yourself, and this is something that has other people thinking, on occasion, that you are trying to be deceitful in some way. This is hardly the case! You simply keep things to yourself because you like to wait until ideas are fully cooked before sharing them with almost anyone. Nothing you do is ever completely "impromptu"; your accomplishments, large and small, are the result of planning that allows you to get things right in theory before putting anything into practice. In this way, you keep errors to a minimum -- and maximize your chances for success!
    
Your emotions run hot, and tend to bubble just beneath the surface, and this makes it difficult for you to conceal your feelings. You have learned, however, never to be ashamed of how you feel, for you know that this is very much a part of who you are and what you can accomplish in life.
    


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Also Born Today
Also born on this date are: Julie Andrews, actress and singer; Zach Galifianakis, actor and comedian; Jimmy Carter, U.S. president; Richard Harris, actor; Tom Bosley, actor; Walter Matthau, actor; Matt Cain, baseball player; Stella Stevens, actress; George Peppard, actor; Rod Carew, baseball player; Vladimir Horowitz, pianist.
Aries
March 21 - April 19

The challenge you face today is likely to crumble into nothing when you begin to analyze it closely. It's a mere figment, after all!

Taurus
April 20 - May 20

You'll want to get together with someone who thinks about things in a way that complements your approach. Together you can win big!

Gemini
May 21 - June 21

Remaining calm is a necessity today; you're not likely to impress anyone by letting your emotions get the better of you.

Cancer
June 22 - July 22

You'll get more than you deserve today -- and less, too, in one regard. You'll want to make sure things come out more evenly in the future.

Leo
July 23 - Aug 22

You are surely deserving of praise today, but it's not likely to come your way because the best of what you've done remains somehow under wraps.

Virgo
Aug 23 - Sept 22

Even routine affairs require more thought than you are used to giving them. Other complications surprise you, too, late in the day.

Libra
Sept 23 - Oct 22

Someone will surely be glad to see you when you are back together again. This may not be for some time -- but communication today is positive.

Scorpio
Oct 23 - Nov 21

You may have to adjust your thinking today to accommodate the way someone else views the situation you are both in right now.

Sagittarius
Nov 22 - Dec 21

Flexibility counts for much today, and the more you can maneuver the greater your chances of success. You must avoid a rut at all costs!

Capricorn
Dec 22 - Jan 19

You are enthusiastic about what you know is just around the corner, but you may have a hard time getting others to share your feelings.

Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18

The difference between the truth and a fabrication will be crystal-clear to you today. It's time for you to take a stand against a liar.

Pisces
Feb 19 - March 20

Certain duties may have you thinking you would be better off somewhere else -- until you realize you can take care of them with little trouble.



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