After her husband was denied life insurance due to his weight, Kacey Lauchnor knew she’d be next. So over the course of 10 months, she made an 80-pound change.
Can’t get enough Splenda? Some studies suggest that artificial sweeteners may be bad for your waistline, despite their zero-calorie labels.
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.
Learn how to control your hunger that comes from running long distances while marathon training with tips from Registered Dietitians and professional athletes.
From calipers to hydrostatic weighing, find out how to measure body fat percentage and the pros and cons of each method.
When you stop seeing the pounds come off, try these seven expert-backed tips to bust through any weight loss plateau.
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?
Nuts about nuts? Before going overboard, check out this infographic, which shows the ideal 200-calorie serving size for peanuts, cashews, almonds and more.
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.
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It’s proven that some foods act together to provide more nutritional benefits than on their own. But which food pairings top the charts? Try these combinations to get the most bang for each bite.
Nom Nom Paleo’s Michelle Tam dishes on feeding her health-conscious family, the evolution of the paleo diet and how CrossFit makes her a better mom.
When it comes to snack time, are you biting off more than you can chew? We rounded up five tasty, low-calorie snacks to keep your energy high — and your diet in check.
We’ve always been told saturated fat will clog our arteries and raise our risk for heart disease and stroke. But recent findings beg the question: Is it really as dangerous as we think?