Your weight loss has stalled. And, even worse, you’ve gained a few pounds. No worries! Our dietitians explain three things you can do to start losing weight again — and three useless strategies to avoid.
Not all starchy foods are bad. But eating too many processed carbs can stall your weight loss progress, our dietitians say. Here are four starches to avoid.
You hope to lose weight, so you’re trying to eat healthy. Should you add a starch to the lean protein and veggies in your meals, or not? Our dietitians weigh in.
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.’
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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.
Do you rely on takeout, or skip meals or snack at night, then punish yourself for not losing weight? Our dietitians say these habits are counterproductive. Learn how to turn them around.
If you’re hoping to lose weight, don’t let problematic eating habits get in your way. Our dietitians explain four behaviors that keep you from making progress (and feeling good about yourself).
When you’re focused on losing or maintaining weight, you get plenty of advice about carbs. Should you avoid carbohydrates at all costs, or just certain ones? Our dietitians explain.
When you’re rushing out the door or too exhausted to cook, nothing beats the convenience of a frozen entrée. Our dietitians explain how to make sure they don’t hurt your efforts to stay healthy — and trim.