Are you eating more than you think you are? Here are six common reasons that people overeat and eat too many calories and how to get a handle on them. How many of them apply to you?
Learn the secrets and science to losing weight safely and effectively.
Do you weigh yourself on the bathroom scale first thing in the morning? Some people become so focused on the scale that they forget there are other ways to follow their fitness progress. Find out why stepping on a scale every day isn’t always the best way to monitor your progress.
The key to staying a healthy weight is to burn more calories not just when you’re exercising but all the time – even when you’re at rest. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can do that. Discover five ways to burn more calories even when you aren’t working out.
Ever wondered why men have an easier time losing body fat than women and why they typically have a lower body fat percentage? This article explores differences in fat metabolism and fat distribution between men and women and why they occur.
Can the lifestyle you lead change your metabolism? New research shows that eating a healthy diet and exercising may impact how cells function at a genetic level. What you eat and drink and whether you exercise can actually change gene expression. Find out more.
Are you an emotional eater? Many people are, and some aren’t even aware that they’re doing it. This article discusses the cause of emotional eating, signs of emotional eating and a strategy for dealing with it.
Tiny but very active bacteria that live in your intestines play a role in controlling body weight. The good news? New research shows you can favorably alter the composition of these bacteria by changing your diet. Find out how gut bacteria impact your weight and how it might be possible to select for ones that reduce the risk of obesity.
Research suggests that high-intensity exercise is better than long periods of cardio for shedding body fat – but have you ever wondered why? After all, trainers used to tell you to exercise in the fat-burning zone for fat loss. Find out why higher intensity workouts where you’re NOT in the fat-burning zone work so well for fat loss.
It’s a controversial topic – fructose and high-fructose corn syrup. Is it really the driving force behind insulin resistance and obesity? Find out what a new study shows about how your body handles sugar – both fructose and table sugar.
Can you get benefits from even a minute of brisk activity? That’s what a new study shows. A minute here and a minute there of movement can add up to a lower body weight if you do it consistently. Find out more.