David Zinczenko

10 Superfoods Healthier Than Kale

In the world of marketing, image is everything. If you’re James Franco or Roger Federer or Taylor Swift, your name and face can be used to sell anything from phones to watches to perfume — even if you’re not necessarily famous for the your tech-savvy, your promptness, or the way you smell. 

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8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day

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10 Leafy Greens That Are Healthier Than Kale

In the world of marketing, image is everything. If you're James Franco, Roger Federer or Taylor Swift, your name and face can be used to sell anything from phones to watches to perfume, even if you're not necessarily famous for the your tech-savvy, your promptness, or the way you smell.

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5 Surprising Reasons to Finally Give Up Soda

Our love affair with soda is slowly changing from infatuation to a love/hate relationship. We know it isn't good for us, we know that diet soda has its own dangers -- but it's hard to put down. More and more Americans are trying to kick the habit, though. According to a July 2014 Gallup poll, 63 percent of Americans are actively trying to avoid soda. That's up from 51 percent in 2004.

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5 Ways to Outsmart the Supermarket and Lose Weight

Do candy bars have a tendency to jump off the shelves and into your cart when you're at the supermarket? You're not alone. From the weekly circulars to the cash register, the entire grocery-shopping experience is designed to ensure you spend as much time and money on junk food as possible.

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5 Hidden Sources of Sugar in 'Healthy' Foods

There's no way to sugarcoat it: We're consuming too much sugar. And just in March, the World Health Organization drafted new guidelines, reducing the recommended sugar intake to a tiny 5 percent of daily calories -- half of what the organization previously recommended. For someone on a 2,000-calorie diet, new guidelines mean a sugar limit of about 100 calories, or six sugar packets.

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