10 Calorie-Cutting Shortcuts

Dieting and counting calories for weight loss doesn’t have to feel like an exercise in advanced physics. Instead, take the approach of making smart food substitutions that could help you shave up to 100 calories, and in some cases much more, from the meals and snacks you already eat. No starvation, no calculations – just simple and satisfying food!

By Kate Geagan, MS, RD

Lighter Mornings


Those huge morning bagels can clock in at 280 calories. Try switching it out for an English muffin at 120 calories. (This does not count the butter, cream cheese or other toppings.)

From Cerebral Palsy to Olympian: How This Athlete Beat the Odds

Nick Mayhugh, a world-class athlete in USANA's "Winner's Circle," is showing you how he fuels his body and ambition.


Nick Mayhugh grew up playing soccer like most American kids do. But unlike most kids, he had the elite skills to match his deep passion. He perfected his play, practiced into the nights and dedicated his young life to the sport. For him, that meant secretly compensating for physical effects he was told were normal growing pains but that he knew weren't, like numbness on the left side of his body. So he pushed harder than the others, learning to play with just his right limbs and teaching himself to walk without a limp.

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