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Your diet is on point all week, but once Friday hits you fall off the wagon. Use our expert tips to eat your way to a healthy weekend.
Learn how to lose weight, detox and get on the path to wellness with these empowering tips from health expert and bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman.
Whether you want to end 2015 on the right foot or just get rid of that gross, bloated feeling, the next 24 hours are critical. Here’s what to do.
Leave mindless munching behind and try these healthy snacks for every type of craving — each just 200 calories or less!
Nobody likes getting on the scale, but a new study outlines exactly how often you should weigh in when you’re trying to shed pounds. You might not like the answer.
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.
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.
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.
Pull out the tupperware! This is your official guide to meal prep, including make-ahead recipes, shopping lists and apps to start meal prepping stat!
From skipping meals to eating at night, it’s time we separate fact from fiction when it comes to metabolism and weight loss.
Banishing unhealthy food cravings might be easier than you think with these science-backed mental tricks.
These nine bloggers began their sites to share their own healthy journeys, but accomplished more than they ever dreamed possible, one post at a time.
Is butter getting better for you? Thanks to the Bulletproof coffee trend, more people are making it a high-fat diet staple, rather than a splurge.