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.
Is one serving of nuts the size of a baseball or a golf ball? Is one serving of chicken the size of a checkbook or a deck of cards? Tap or click for visual cues that help you eat the right amounts of the foods you love.
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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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.
Are you trying to lose weight? Get advice from a doctor who often works with overweight patients. She offers practical advice.
Most of us have heard that our metabolism slows down after age 40, but is there any truth to it? And what can you do about it?
Struggling to shed weight and keep it off? We’ve polled seven dietitians for the single most important weight loss tip they share with patients. May their tips offer you inspiration.
Anyone who has tried to lose a substantial amount of weight knows that the true challenge often lies in keeping those shed pounds from creeping back on. The good news is that weight regain is not a foregone conclusion.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Gastroenterologist Maged Rizk, MD, answers this one.