Though you’ve hopefully been eating your vegetables throughout the winter, now’s the time when some of your favorites may start to come back into official “season”.
Distracted and unconscious eating may actually be harming your weight loss goals.
The American Heart Association recommends 2–3 daily servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy products—read why and check with your consultant to see how you can work them into your Jenny Craig menu.
Fresh-grown vegetables may be synonymous with summer—but winter’s rich, hearty offerings can be every bit as satisfying, especially when paired with your favorite Jenny Craig meals
Your friends at Jenny Craig have put together this handy list of ways to embrace the cool, crispy and fresh flavors of summer without derailing all your hard work.
Incorporate more vegetables with your warm-weather meal by grilling vegetable and fruit skewers.
Bright, layered ingredients look gorgeous through a glass jar. But did you know: those pretty layers can actually help your salad stay crisp and tasty?
Here are four REAL craving-crushing coping strategies to help keep you on track when those tempting sweet-and-salty snacks come calling.
Whether your team made it to the big game or not, February’s favorite football game is all about the commercials, getting together with friends for a party, and, of course, the snacks.
From chowders to chilis, soup should be a staple in your Jenny Craig menu.