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).
Weight gain and weight loss often top the list of questions that teens ask adolescent medicine specialist Ellen Rome, MD, MPH. Here, she shares some of the advice she gives them.
Hoping to get rid of stubborn fat on your abdomen, thighs or elsewhere without surgery? Find out about noninvasive body-sculpting options, including a fat freezing technique. Are they safe? Are results permanent? Read on.
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Dietitian Anna Taylor, MS, RD, LD, CDE, answers this one about apple cider vinegar.
Can you lose weight by focusing on exercise alone? An exercise physiologist offers tips to help you balance out a well-rounded exercise program.
Fibromyalgia is one of the most common reasons for chronic pain. It’s also one of the most misunderstood. The most common myth, doctors say, is that fibromyalgia is “all in your head.”
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.