This is the time of year when people tend to indulge and some
think about balancing all those extra calories with a low-cal diet.
The average adult eats approximately 3,000 extra calories on Thanksgiving Day. But there are ways to keep the damage in check.
Are you having trouble losing weight and eating healthy? Does your willpower conk out when you try to make healthy eating choices? You\’re not alone and it\’s no surprise, says Deborah Kotz, health blogger for The Boston Globe.
Put another notch in that belt — America\’s national
waistline is continuing to expand.
Why dieting is the worst thing you can do to lose weight.
Further frustrating the health conscious, two new studies appear to reach conflicting conclusions on what is the best way to lose weight and keep it off.
Next time you\’re in the market for a facial rejuvenation, skip the drug store and head to the grocery store instead.
After a year avoiding foods with added sugar, one mom has tips to cut sugar from your family\’s diet.
It\’s been a diet truism for years: Avoid saturated fat, such as in meats and full-fat dairy products. But a new study says that might not be such a sure thing.
A new book claims that eating chocolate can help you lose weight.
A sports nutritionist has tips on how not to over-indulge on Super Bowl Sunday – and how to recover if you do.
There are ways to build better salads. Here are a few ideas to fill you up and leave you feeling light.
Like Greek yogurt? You\’re on to something.
Snacks and smaller items sold at your favorite fast food restaurants don\’t necessarily mean they are lower in calories than purchasing a full meal. So how can you navigate the menus and still find healthier options?
What women eat when they\’re young could help prevent breast cancer.