Done right, intermittent fasting will help you lose a significant amount of weight. But it’s easy to get stumped figuring out how to prepare meals on days when you’re limited to 500 or 600 calories.
Try these ideas for delicious morning and evening meals on fast days. They’ll provide enough … Read More
What if you concentrated on eating more foods that are good for you rather than trying desperately to completely avoid the bad ones? Can you actually eat more and still lose weight? Registered dietitian Julia Zumpano says you can. Here’s how it works.
Most trendy diets include some sort of … Read More
When most people decide to lose weight, they go on a diet. It’s just automatic.
Exercising, however, tends to be a totally different story. After all, exercise takes time out of our already over-packed schedules, gym memberships don’t come cheap and, let’s face it, exercise isn’t the most exciting thing … Read More
If you’ve spent any amount of time searching the internet or supplement stores for magic weight loss pills, we’ll save you some time: they don’t exist. There are proven, effective ways to lose weight, and unfortunately, none of them are particularly fun or easy. If you’re wondering how to lose … Read More
When you’re successful, dieting can seem well worth the effort. It feels oh-so-good to slip into those jeans you packed away and take in the attention that suddenly comes your way. The real test is when everyone gets used to your new slimmer self and the compliments fade away. When … Read More
If you haven’t lost the weight for the summer, now is not the time to just focus on your belly, arms, or legs. Your best bet to show a difference is a full-body focus. While we can’t offer any advice on how to completely turn your body around overnight, we … Read More
Aaron E. Carroll is a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine.
One of my family’s favorite shows is “The Biggest Loser.” Although some viewers don’t appreciate how it pushes people so hard to lose weight, the show probably inspires some overweight people to regain control of their … Read More
Belly fat is a major concern for many. Not only does it make your figure unattractive, but also increases the risk of developing hypertension, diabetes and heart disease. Recently, Public Health England stated for the first time that belly fat is the clearest sign of type 2 diabetes. Another significant … Read More
High-protein foods make you feel fuller between meals, an important factor that can ultimately help you reduce overall calorie consumption and reduce weight, suggests new research. Higher protein loads have a greater effect on fullness than lower protein loads, showed the findings of the study, thereby confirming a long-held belief … Read More
Q: Which matters more when it comes to weight loss: food and calorie intake or exercise?
A: Oh, yes, it’s that time of year again: time to kick those New Year’s resolutions into high gear, dust off the weight and food scales, hit the gym, and ask critical questions about … Read More