Have your healthiest year yet by incorporating research-backed strategies that support weight loss, nutritious eating, and feeling great.
Check out the latest research-backed strategies for healthy eating and weight loss that will help you stay fit, calm, and on track for your best year yet.
The latest and greatest in weight loss research is in, and scientists agree that these five simple and tasty habits can help you look and feel your best this year.
New science reveals that certain forms of exercise may trump others as well as dieting when it comes to appetite control. Find out which workout is best for managing your urge to eat.
One of the biggest myths about weight loss is that you can't eat bread or other carbs to achieve it. Science and experience show otherwise.
Renowned neurologist, Kulreet Chaudhary, M.D., reveals in her new book these six secrets (and more) to overall health, mental clarity, and weight loss.
Try this core-activating Pilates workout at home or after your typical exercise routine to tighten the abs and increase muscle stamina.
The promise of an individualized diet is intriguing, but before you pay up for a personally tailored plan, here are a few things you should know.
Wearable health technology is a great way to get motivated and monitor your progress. But don't assume these all-knowing super watches always know what’s best for you.
Many people have the notion that weight loss is all about diet and exercise, but there are other factors that play a bigger role than you may realize.
While yoga can help you get long and lean over time, you may to want supplement your practice with these off-the-mat training plans to maintain a healthy weight.
Weight maintenance can be as hard as or harder than dieting, but it can be done successfully with the right approach.
Research and practical experience show that how people think and act toward themselves can have a big impact on self-control and goal achievement.
These flavorful preparations of wholesome foods are so good you'll come back to them again and again.