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Hungry Girl Today: 1.14.08

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Some sweet stuff for you this week...

New Hershey's 100 Calorie Wafer Bars - If you dig creative 100-calorie stuff,
you'll get a kick out of these new choco-licious York Peppermint Wafer Bars
(POINTS® value of 2* per bar) and Reese's Peanut Butter Wafer Bars
(POINTS® value of 3* per bar).

Special K Bliss Bars - These new 90-calorie cereal bars from "The K" come in
both Raspberry and Orange (POINTS® value 2* per bar). With a crispy, fruit-
packed middle and a chocolate bottom, these are pretty unique.

Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs Candy Bites - WOW! Our inbox is FULL of emails
from people RAVING about these pouches of itty bitty candy bites that come
in Chips Ahoy! and Oreo flavors (POINTS® value 2* per pack). Yum!

Need a Little Resolution Help?

Amy's Kitchen Wants to Get You in Shape - For a limited time, on the Amy's
website, you can view a FREE 10-minute workout excerpted from the best-
selling DVD 10 Minute Solution: Rapid Results Pilates. You can also save $2
instantly if you purchase one of the full-length 10 Minute Solution DVDs
(featuring several 10-minute workouts). If you're inspired, check out Amy's
Diet Plan, too!

Whole Foods Is Here to Help - The new "ReSOLUTIONS Start Here" program,
in stores and online, features advice, tips, recipes, podcasts and more. The
goal is to help shoppers adopt healthy, long-term lifestyle solutions. For all
the deets, click here. And to read the blog, click here!

Rite Aid & Lindora Team Up - The drugstore chain and the weight-loss
company have joined forces and are offering weight management tips and
the free "Rite Weight Plan". Check out the site, or any Rite Aid store, for
more details.
Amy's Brings You FREE Pilates... Weeeee!

Calorie ALERT: How Clueless Are We?!

Just some interesting calorie-related tidbits we've gathered here over at the
HG HQ...

1. According to exercise physiologists, people WILDLY overestimate how
many calories they burn during exercise. Many people don't pay attention to
the information that's often provided on the machines in front of them at the
gym. You must input your weight to get the accurate amount of calories
burned -- and to be fair, you really should subtract the number of calories
you'd burn doing nothing for that same period of time (about 50 - 100
calories per hour, depending on your weight and other factors).

2. Exercise makes people HUNGRY. And since people often think they've
burned more calories than they really have, they can end up consuming
more calories than they've burned! So don't use a workout as an excuse to
pig out. Bad idea. BTW, studies have shown that exercisers overeat the most
after a swimming workout. Interesting.

3. Most people grossly underestimate how many calories their meals contain,
especially when dining out. Couple that with them overestimating how many
calories they're BURNING, and there's a recipe for disaster!

Be careful out there, people!

The Buzz...

Good news!!! We're offering a FREE SHIPPING special on our exclusive,
limited-edition Hungry Girl 3-in-1 tote bag sets. They're super-cute, colorful
and useful, and you get THREE bags in all. Grab a set before they're gone.
And while you're at the HG store, check out all the other cute stuff there.
Woohoo! ***While the reason why isn't fully understood, it has become
increasingly clear that eating lots of fruits and veggies is a great way to
lower your risk of stroke. And if you want to know all there is to know about
fruits and veggies, check out -- it ROCKS! ***We're not
sure if this is actually true, but new research suggests that curvy women
may actually be smarter than non-curvy types. It has something to do with
the weight carried in hips and thighs being more conducive to brain growth.
Click for more scoop. Hip hip hooray! ***Hey! If you do nothing else except
IGNORE all the goodies at the register when you check out at supermarkets
and stores like Target, you could actually shed some pounds. According to a
recent study, women purchased and consumed 14,300 calories' worth of
impulse items over a one-year period, most of which they snatched up while
waiting in line to pay. Yowsa! Self checkout, anyone? That's all we've got. HG

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Today, January 14th, is Cows' Day Off. Ronzoni came up with this holiday to
encourage people to get their calcium from the company's new Smart Taste
pasta, instead of from milk. Click here for more info on why cows need a day

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