Weight loss can be rather exhilarating, and getting to your goal may be a bit of an anticlimax. Unless you keep an eye out, you may risk gaining all those pounds back. How do you make weight maintenance as successful as weight loss?
Can exercise alone make you lose significant amounts of weight? The answer, it turns out, is "no". While just dieting can indeed get you there, you still need physical activity to not just lose weight, but do it the healthy way.
Simple foods like salads and nuts contain way more calories than you'd think. How do you avoid hidden calories so you can lose weight more effectively?
Most people get all the protein they need — and more — without even trying. That doesn't necessarily include you, though. Could a lack of protein be keeping you from reaching your weight loss goals, and what else could a protein deficiency mean for you?
How can protein help you shed those pounds and live a healthier life, how much do you need, and where can you get it?
Want to lose weight? Simply "exercising more and eating less" may not cut it — you also need to be armed with information about your Total Daily Energy Expenditure!
Take-outs are easy to order and they come right to your door, wonderful news if you don't have time to cook something yourself. However, if you're planning on losing weight, take-outs and restaurants can really get in the way.
Sleep deprivation and weird sleeping patterns can both, research has shown, make you gain weight or interfere with weight loss efforts. What do you need to know?
So, you've decided to lose weight? Let's take a look at the way in which your alcohol consumption impacts your results.
Have you noticed that you weight more during your period? That's a common phenomenon. Here's why it might be happening.