Yo-yo dieting is the practice of losing and regaining weight in a cyclical pattern. How does this practice impact your health? Find out what science shows about weight fluctuations and health.
Learn the secrets and science to losing weight safely and effectively.
You look in the mirror and notice your tummy sticking out. That’s not what you want to see! It’s particularly annoying if you’re exercising and haven’t gained weight. However, it might not be tummy fat after all – it could be abdominal bloating.
True or false? Eating dinner late or snacking in the evening leads to weight gain. Now, a new study sheds light on this controversial issue. Get the full scoop.
Exercise and dietary changes both can help you lose weight – but which is more important? A recent meta-analysis looked at this issue. Here’s what they found.
The calories you burn during a structured workout help with weight control – but what about the calories you expend doing less significant movements – the things you do every day? A new study suggests that these movements count towards staying a healthy body weight as well.
Where are your “problem areas?” Do you store fat in your buttocks and thighs or around your waistline? More importantly, what does where you store fat say about your health? Find out.
Some meals are more satiating than others – but have you ever wondered why? This article talks about five factors that impact how satiating a food is and why some foods fill you up more than others.
Are you struggling to control an expanding waistline now that you’re into menopause? If frustrating belly fat has you down, read on and discover why belly fat becomes more problematic after menopause and how you can keep it at bay.
Having a slow metabolism makes it hard to lose weight or even maintain your weight. The last thing we want to do is adopt habits that greatly slow our resting metabolic rate. A study even shows that the bacteria that reside in your gut may impact your resting metabolism and make it harder to lose weight. Find out more.
Are you restricting calories, exercising, and still having trouble losing weight? Your body fights your attempt to lose weight through three main metabolic adaptations. Find out what they are and how you can fight them.