New research reveals what the most successful MyFitnessPal users are doing to lose weight — and keep it off. The answers might surprise you.
Can you really make a healthy dinner in half an hour? Skinny Mom blogger Brooke Griffin shows you how with her new cookbook, Skinny Suppers.
Time for spring cleaning? Use these tips from expert Marie Kondo to declutter your kitchen and create more space for healthy habits.
Got five minutes? Whip up these easy chocolate and coconut no-bake energy bites. Clocking in at 150 calories each, they’re way better than a candy bar.
Ever wonder how some people stay slim without ever going on a diet? New research explains how they do it — and how to steal their healthy habits, too.
Win Instagram with this egg-cellent dish that takes a mere 30 minutes to whip up. Creamy avocado, protein-packed eggs, savory salsa — this recipe has it all.
Got basketball on the brain this month? This March Madness-inspired HIIT workout will blast calories and build athleticism in just 16 minutes flat. Ball’s in your court!
The one rule Daily Burn 365 trainer Erika Shannon swears by: Eat chocolate every single day. Here’s what a typical 24 hours of eating looks like for her.
You’re well schooled in baseball — but what about oil wrestling and Pencak Silat? Get up close and personal with some of the most popular sports in the world, country by country.
Whether you’re into whiskey or wine, there may be some fascinating benefits — and fine print — when it comes to sipping on your favorite happy hour hooch.
Don’t have the time or patience to cook tonight? These easy 30-minute meals are healthier than takeout—and taste better, too. Get 30 new dinner ideas here!
Stash your scale. These 12 non-scale ways to measure weight loss success are so much more satisfying.
Hate drinking water? You could be saving yourself thousands of calories per week by sipping extra H20, according to a new study. Here’s how much water to drink.
For starters, it’s the opposite of HIIT. Here’s why you should make low-intensity, steady-state cardio — or, LISS — part of your routine.