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Dieting During the Holidays
October 15, 2018
Updated 4mo ago
For many in America the holiday season means lots of eating followed by weight gain. Tanya Zuckerbrot, dietitian and the creator of the F-Factor Diet joined Cheddar to discuss how to keep off the holiday pounds.
Newark Alliance CEO Hopes New York's Amazon Loss is New Jersey's Gain
Jan 2, 2019
Nutrisystem CEO Says It's Expanding Its Holistic Approach to Weight Loss Post-Acquisition
January is a critical month for diet-plan companies, which count on the masses of consumers who have resolved to eat better and live healthier in the new year. For Nutrisystem, which was acquired by Tivity Health last month for $1.4 billion, that presents an opportunity to bring new products to the market as consumers are primed to be thinking about their weight.
Nov 15, 2017
How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
'Tis the season for getting fat. While the holidays are one of the most exciting times of the year, they can also be the most stressful as people worry about their waist lines. Popular Science's Rachel Feltman joins us with tips on how to fend off the "frozen fifteen." She says it can take people up to six months to lose the weight they gain over the holidays. Follow her tips so you can stay at your pre-Thanksgiving weight. Then, Feltman tells us about a new lawsuit against Sephora. A woman claims she contracted herpes from trying a lipstick sample. Feltman says this is a myth, and it's incredibly rare to get the virus from makeup. It's much more likely you'd get it from skin-to-skin contact, or through saliva, so no need to wear a hazmat suit the next time you try on a new shade. Finally, we tackle the age-old question of what exactly is happening when you get a "stitch" in your side while exercising. While it happens to everyone, stitches are actually not widely researched by scientists. Feltman tells us what's going on underneath the skin and how you can avoid getting one the next time you work out.
Feb 12, 2019
Kite Hill's Push to Capture Bigger Share of Plant-Based Food Market
Consumers are increasingly choosing to include plant-based options into their diet. Studies show that in 2018, there was 20% overall total growth of plant-based foods in retailers. Kite Hill's co-founder Tal Ronnen joined Cheddar to explain how his company is capitalizing on the major shift in consumer taste.