Links We Love: Food and Body Image Edition

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Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness content from around the web. This week we're giving you some food for thought, with the deets on dairy milk alternatives and advice on reaching a healthy weight. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

The Difference Between a Sweet Potato and a Yam
One comes from the U.S., while the other's found mainly in Africa and Asia. Both are delicious! Find out which is which. (via Healthy Dining Finder)

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Photo: Wally Hartshorn

Healthy Lunchbox Ideas for School or Work
Tropical trail mix, deviled egg sandwiches… Is it lunchtime yet? Check out these recipes for easily-portable meals and snacks. (via Learnvest)

5 Dairy Milk Alternatives: How They Stack Up
Lactards and lactose-lovers alike will learn a lot about the difference between cow's milk and some non-dairy options. (via BuiltLean)

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Why One Yoga Teacher Decided to Gain 40 Pounds
While many of us struggle to lose weight, this woman sought to get heavier, to see how her career, lifestyle, and body image would change. (via U.S. News & World Report)

Your Healthy Weight: How to Find It, Get There, and Maintain It
BMI, waist circumference, or the number on the scale? The folks at HerCampus tell us how to figure out our healthiest weight, plus how to use exercise and nutrition to help us get and stay there. (via HerCampus)

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