Nuts about nuts? Before going overboard, check out this infographic, which shows the ideal 200-calorie serving size for peanuts, cashews, almonds and more.
Could fasting help you lose weight, boost energy, and improve your overall health? Get the facts on the five most common intermittent fasting methods.
You know a no-carb diet won’t do, but what about low-carb mixed with high-carb days? Learn what carb cycling is, and which meal plan will work for you.
The eight vitamins that make up B vitamin complex can be… pretty complex. Learn the primary benefits of each, and which foods you can find them in.
When your stomach starts grumbling and the cravings set in, consider these healthy, low-calorie foods to make each bite count.
Working out and taking protein powder go hand in hand these days. But what type should you buy? And can you reap huge benefits by shaking it up post-workout?
The latest weight loss craze has celebs like Kim Kardashian sweating it out in “fitness corsets” to achieve an hourglass shape. But does waist training work? And is it safe?
Not up for the latest juice cleanse? If you want to clear out toxins and boost your overall health, here are five expert-approved, safe and effective ways to do it.
From whey to casein to vegan protein blends, get the facts on the most popular protein powders on the market and the best uses for each.
Not sure how to create healthy meals on a budget? We’ve got the scoop on how to cook and grocery shop on the cheap.
Yes, age, genetics and body size do play a role in the speed of your metabolic rate. But there are natural ways to boost your metabolism. Read on to learn how.
Need a break from a strict nutrition plan? Find out how planned splurges may benefit your mind and body and how to incorporate cheat days into your otherwise-healthy diet.
If weight loss success stories inspire you to stay fit, you’ll love author Andie Mitchell’s new memoir about losing 135 pounds. Here’s how she did it.
Don’t be yellow about eating egg yolks; science shows there’s nothing to fear. Read on for the skinny on which are healthier, egg whites versus whole eggs.