By Julie Upton, U.S. News and World Report When’s the last time you weighed yourself? If you can’t remember or you don’t even own a scale, read on to find out how weighing in may help you peel off pounds. According to a first-of-its-kind study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, […]
Weekend behavior often results in subtle weight gain by Mondays. By Elizabeth Armstrong Moore, Newser For most of us, weekends are a time to relax and indulge—maybe through more sleep, more couch time, or more calories in the food and beverages we consume. The result is that we tend to weigh slightly more on Sunday and […]
We go to the gym for numerous reasons, one of the top being to shed some extra pounds. But sometimes we hit a weight-loss wall and our workout regimen isn’t, well, working anymore.
That adage that you shouldn’t eat late at night? Not true.
Consumers are hungry for miracle cures and easy ways to get healthy and slim without making much of an effort to get there. But buyer beware: Not all of the so-called “facts” you read about are true and, in fact, some food myths harm more than help.
Losing weight can be a challenge, but you can get a helping hand with these healthy, hearty superfoods.
Most of us want to lose belly fat and build sexy abs, but sadly, most people go about it the wrong way.
Once upon a time, the plot of yet-to-be-released children’s book Maggie Goes on a Diet sparked great controversy among parents and experts.
New weight loss studies pop up every day. But here’s a different take on the same old story. It’s not the food you eat, but rather how many times you chew each bite of it.
If losing weight was a simple math equation, skipping breakfast and the calories that go along with it would be a great way to slim down. However, not eating a morning meal has actually been proven to have the opposite effect on your waistline.