Discover how protein at breakfast, intermittent fasting, eating only when you’re hungry and other strategies can help you lose weight — and keep it off.
When you’re dieting, will the occasional burger and fries, or piece of chocolate cake, give you a reprieve — or undo all your hard work? Our dietitians explain the advantages and disadvantages of ‘cheat meals.’
One secret to preparing healthy meals is having the right ingredients on hand. Find out five basics our dietitians believe no fridge should be without.
The next time you tackle your fridge, think about tossing out more than the science experiments lurking on a back shelf. Our dietitians recommend pitching three foods that do nothing for your health.
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Are flavored yogurts a good option for breakfast? Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Wellness dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, answer this one.
Lots of people are trying the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet for weight loss. Is it for you? A dietitian explains what to expect on the keto diet. (Make sure your doctor gives you the green light).
If you’re a man over 50, it’s probably more difficult for you to rebound from a bucket of wings, a doughnut binge or a six-pack of beer than in your younger days. Bad habits take more of a toll as you age. Find five tips to help you look and feel younger as you age.
Girls and young women often use drastic measures to lose weight. However, those strategies can have long-term ill effects. Get tips for a healthier approach to weight control.