Hunger isn’t the enemy that fad diets make it out to be. On the contrary, it’s your body’s built-in food-tracking app.
“A lot of people in the health and wellness industry have known this for a long time — that diets and resolutions to lose weight don’t work over for the vast majority of people,” says Michelle May, physician and author of “Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat.”
Everyone makes mistakes, right? Yep, and, when it comes to weight loss, most of us make the same ones. Here, nutritionists, trainers and weight-loss physicians reveal the biggest flubs in their clients’ slim-down, shape-up strategies.…
Want to lose weight? Here’s what not to do. You’ve taken the first step: vowing to eat well, starting now. Many dieters are so determined to finally lose that weight that the pounds will indeed…
Shine on a light on that fast food burger and the SCiO will send calorie, protein and even ingredient information to a smartphone.
A new study finds that diet drinks may be more effective than water in aiding weight loss.
A new fad diet has the attention of holiday overeaters to keep the pounds at bay. But is it the best option to manage your weight during this season of parties and treats?
Researchers at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health
Services say a computer-generated figure – or avatar – can serve as an alter ego
for dieters, enabling them to gain the skills necessary to drop pounds.
When it comes to getting healthy, what you\’re trying to accomplish will help you determine which is better, dieting or exercising.
Dining earlier may be the way to lose extra pounds.
Luna, the maker of a popular woman\’s nutritional bar, is hoping to help women make smarter choices about their diets with the help of laughter.
This is the heaviest season of the year. Halloween
through New Year\’s tends to be the time when many
put on a few extra pounds.
If you want a sweet treat while you\’re on a diet,
which is better: a handful of jelly beans or five
cups of cotton candy?
Yo-yo dieting, the act of repeatedly and quickly
losing and gaining weight, doesn\’t impact future
weight loss in women who\’ve gone through
menopause, a new study finds.