For a lower-cal chocolate treat, try chocolate pudding—only 70 calories in 4 oz!
If you crave sweets in the afternoon, switch your baking to the morning when you’re less likely to serve yourself a helping you’ll regret later.
Try walking right before dinner instead of in the morning. Changing your routine can rev up your metabolism.
Cut 100 calories at lunch: Trade a sub roll for a whole-wheat tortilla, or macaroni salad for coleslaw.
Forget fad diets—there are tried-and-true ways to drop pounds and keep them off. Cut 100 calories a day from your diet and find a type of exercise you enjoy so it isn’t a chore.
Never butter a burn. Applying anything oily or fatty, like petroleum jelly, will make it burn hotter. Instead, flush it with cool water.
For a natural upset-stomach fix, drink peppermint tea. The herb relaxes intestinal muscles, alleviating gas bubbles and bloating.
To protect your back, bend at the knees—not the waist—to lift heavy objects.
Give your neck muscles a break and hold the phone, rather than cradle it between your ear and shoulder. Or use the speaker phone.
Don’t have aloe vera for a sunburn? Dab it with a cool, wet tea bag. Tannins in tea help reduce inflammation.