Many people think that drinking diet soda instead of regular soda will help them lose weight or at least control weight gain. However, studies show that calories from food consumed cause weight gain in people who drink diet soda.
Current guidelines recommend bariatric surgery as a last resort for treating severe and morbidly obese patients, when all other modes of therapy fail. Health experts are now advocating the use of weight-loss surgery as a strong option instead.
Are you someone who just can't say no when you are offered food? A new research study tells us that good manners can get in the way of weight control.
Losing fat is the number one reason people go to gyms. But it's not the number one thing that happens there. By using a simple training plan that emphasizes intensity, you can torch fat and fix your body composition issues - and not a treadmill in sight.
Dieting is one of the biggest industries in America, worth $20billion a year. With over 100 million dieters, America is still one of the most obese nations in the world. Learn how to shed the pounds and keep them off with these 9 easy diet tips.
Fat has been demonized throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Then in the 90s and 2000s, we learned that it was carbs that make you overweight. Come back, fat, all is forgiven... Which of these nutrients is really to blame for weight gain?
Are you bloated? Is your body holding retaining excess water? Find out which ingredients are your enemy, and which you should eat more of.
Did Santa leave you a few extra pounds this year? Or could you just put on a red suit and play Santa Claus (or Mrs. Claus) yourself, without any added padding? Here are 10 suggestions for dealing with post-Christmas weight gain you haven't heard before.
Knowing what kind of dieter you are can help you understand what the pitfalls are for you, and how best to reach your goals. We'll look at the three most common types of dieter and talk about how their needs differ. Which one are you?
Starting your diet in the New Year is the easy option. It gives you a chance to let your hair down, relax about what you eat and start afresh in January. But starting your diet over the holidays could just be the best decision you ever make.