When you’ve hit a weight loss plateau or find yourself on a diet roller coaster, it’s time for some fresh approaches to weight loss. Get tips from experts in nutrition, psychology, exercise and medical weight management.
Enjoy this delicious Middle Eastern salad with olive oil and garlic dressing, topped with crispy pita chips. Or save on calories and fat, and up your protein intake by replacing the dressing with cottage cheese or garbanzo beans.
Maybe your weight has crept up, and your doctor wants you to shed some pounds. Or those last stubborn pounds refuse to come off. Don’t let these 10 common mistakes sabotage your success.
When you’re trying to lose weight, it may seem like all you do is focus on food. But training your attention on what you eat and how you eat it — some call it mindful eating — can have some real benefits for those trying to lose weight, new research shows.
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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.
Today, you can find purple, orange and white cauliflower as well as green “broccoflower.” Tap or click each color in this interactive infographic to discover which nutrients help create different hues.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute Chair Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, answers this one.
Constantly tempted by sweets or salty snacks? If cravings keep your weight at a plateau, take heart. It’s possible to let go of cravings — most people just don’t go about it the right way. These tips from our dietitians should help.
Does chocolate start calling your name around 2 p.m.? Does that bag of potato chips start talking to you an hour after dinner? Discover why you may be craving sweets or salty foods and how to listen better to your body.
The less you focus on restricting and categorizing foods and the more you focus on creating healthy behaviors around food and exercise, the healthier your body — and mind — will be.