You’ve revamped your diet and eliminated processed foods, but you’re still not losing weight. What gives? A new study adds insight as to why eating healthy doesn’t always lead to weight loss. Find out more.
Learn the secrets and science to losing weight safely and effectively.
At the beginning of a new year, dieticians get together and rate the most common diets, how effective they are and whether they promote overall health. What were the winners this year? Read on and discover what eating plans dieticians will recommend this year.
Have you ever heard someone say that obesity runs in their family? There is a genetic component to obesity. In fact, researchers have identified a particular gene called the FTO gene that makes it harder to stay at a healthy body weight. But there is some good news with regards to this gene. Exercise appears to reduce its expression. Find out more.
The rate of obesity is almost half that of the United States and their attitude and approach towards eating is one factor. How so? Here are five ways the French approach food that helps them stay slender.
You know that protein is the “satiety” macronutrient but second in line is fiber. Now a new study shows the two are a powerful combination in the war against food cravings. Find out how fiber-rich protein sources can help you stay satiated longer and win the battle against food cravings.
What’s the “sticking point” that keeps many people from losing weight. Is it eating a poor diet or lack of exercise? Yes, and yes – but there’s another underlying factor you may not be aware of. Find out what it is.
Losing weight isn’t always easy and maintaining it is even harder. Now, based on a new study, scientists believe they know why. Read on and find out how your body fights fat loss and how to go about winning the battle anyway.
Does eating a low-carb diet help you burn more fat during exercise? According to a new study, it does. Despite what the results show, find out why adopting a low-carb diet may isn’t the best option if you do high-intensity training, power training, or are trying to build lean body mass.
It’s a commonly debated topic – is fitness or body weight more important for long-term health and well-being? Ask any two people, even the experts, and you’ll likely get different answers. But what does science show? Find out.
Most people feel good about themselves when they weigh what the charts say they should – but is this a false sense of security? Research now shows you can be of normal weight or even underweight and still be at risk for chronic health problems if you have an unhealthy body composition. Find out more.