The Whole 30 diet has taken the Internet (and Instagram) by storm. Now, a new book from its founders will help you tackle the intense, 30-day challenge.
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 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’re like most Americans, you’re eating way too much sugar. This infographic shows why it’s easy to go way overboard with your daily sugar intake.
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.
Not sure how to start meal planning? Check out these free, printable meal planning templates that can help set you up for success.
Fifteen trainers, nutritionists and everyday weight loss warriors break down their best weight loss tips based on what actually made a difference for them.
Detoxing doesn’t have to be about deprivation. This five-day plan will help you learn how to detox your body, max out your workouts and clean up your diet, ASAP.
The scale won’t budge? It’s normal to hit a plateau, but here are expert-backed weight loss tips you can follow to rev up your metabolism and shed pounds.
The IIFYM diet brings healthy eating back to basics: carbs, protein and fat. Learn how to calculate your daily macro intake and find out “if it fits your macros.”
Can manipulating carbs help burn fat fast? DailyBurn investigates the pros and cons of carb cycling.
Intermittent fasting plans can require dieters to forego food for 14 hours or more. Here’s how to structure your workouts so you don’t exercise without adequate fuel.
From calipers to hydrostatic weighing to 3D body scans, find out how to measure body fat percentage. Plus, the pros and cons of each method.
It’s time to get real about losing weight. We asked 12 people who’ve shed pounds what they wish they’d known before starting their get-fit journeys.