The Checkup: 10 Weight-Loss Myths That Are Sabotaging Your Success 



• Every day, there’s a new study saying “THIS is how you lose weight,” then another one an hour later saying, “No, THIS is how you lose weight,” and, well, it can get a bit confusing. So to clear things up, here are 10 weight-loss myths to stop believing, stat. [Fitbie]

• Calling all Philly moms and soon-to-be moms: This winter-workout class guide was designed with you in mind, and it’s sure to come in handy over the next few months. [Wee Wander]

• If you’re a fan of rainbow sprinkles, be warned: What you’re about to read is seriously depressing. Just two tablespoons of rainbow sprinkles can have a whopping 20 grams of sugar—the equivalent of half a can of soda. Ick. [Greatist]

• There’s an online company slinging coveted workout clothes like Lululemon leggings and Athleta running jackets way below retail price. The catch? Someone else got their on sweat in them before you. [Well + Good]

• Healthy — well, healthier — mayonnaise, made with heart-healthy avocado oil and organic, cage-free eggs, is now a thing. And it’s Paleo-friendly, too! [Refinery29]

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