Before you indulge in Thanksgiving dinner, try some of these expert weight loss tips you may never have heard before. Spoiler alert: They actually work!
There’s something to be said for a homemade Thanksgiving feast. Here’s why you should avoid pre-packaged foods on Turkey Day and how to shop smarter at the store.
Don’t deny yourself the joys of mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. Here’s how to detox your diet before Turkey Day so you can splurge once Thanksgiving arrives.
Wish finding the perfect diet was as simple as swiping left or right? Here’s why speed dieting your way through weight loss plans isn’t the way to go — and what to do instead.
Keep meaning to clean up your diet, but don’t know where to start? Follow these simple steps to start clean eating (and actually like it!).
If you’re exercising to shed pounds, gaining weight might be enough to make you want to quit workouts for good. These six mistakes may be to blame.
If you thought going gluten-free sounded hard, think again. Meet the Wheat Belly diet, which requires you to give up all grains, for good. Here’s the scoop.
On a mission to meal prep? Check out these incredible #tupplife feats, posted by some of the best preppers on Instagram. Meal prep porn might finally be a thing.
What does 100 calories of Halloween candy look like? Dig into this healthier portion guide infographic for the sticky truth on candy corn, Hershey’s kisses and fun size candy bars.
If you’ve got a box of cereal sitting out on your kitchen counter, it might be bad news for your waistline, according to one new study.
Is running for weight loss a good idea? Find out the best ways for runners to shed pounds and avoid diet-wrecking runger.
We’ve all longed to lose that stubborn cushion around our belly at one point or another. Here’s what you need to know about how to lose belly fat, for good.
A recent study funded by Coca-Cola claimed that losing weight was more about exercise than eating right. Here’s why they were so wrong.
The popular Military Diet claims you can lose 10 pounds in three days…while eating ice cream and hot dogs. Is this trend legit — or looney-tunes crazy?