As important as it is to work out regularly if you want to lose weight, your diet is the most crucial part of getting healthy. Celebrity trainer and wellness expert Magnus Lygdback teaches this to all of his clients, whether it's Alicia Vikander, Gal Gadot, or Katy Perry. Show More Summary
If you're trying to lose weight, you've probably spent your fair share of poking around on the internet for tips. You may still be a little nervous about lifting weights, though, and that's understandable. But Jason Wimberly, celebrity...Show More Summary
Tired of nagging your spouse to lose a few pounds? You might get better results by going on a diet yourself. Health experts have seen that the weight status of couples tends to move in sync. It is often similar when they get married, and if one partner gains weight over time, the other does as...
When it comes down to choosing the right foods, you might think that ones that are normally touted as "healthy" should be good for you. Unfortunately, many foods have gotten this positive reputation, but could be a sugar or fat calorie bomb in disguise, or they might be hazardous to your health if eaten in excess. Show More Summary
Trying to lose weight? Researchers have some good news: You can chose either a low-fat or low-carb diet. As long as you stick with it, you can slim down no matter what your genetic make-up or metabolic particulars. And here’s an added bonus: You won’t even have to count your calories. The findings...
Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, founder of Bright Line Eating, explains why exercise will sabotage your weight loss goals.
If you believe the experts, regularly eating dark chocolate can help lower your blood pressure, make you smarter, and help you lose weight. Also, say the experts: Chocolate can contribute to obesity and diabetes and cause acid reflux. Confusion over the health benefits of foods like chocolate, conditions like autism, and scientific phenomena like global...
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Tired of sitting at work all day? Try standing instead! If you stand long enough, it might actually burn a decent amount of calories. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
Maybe you've been meal prepping like a badass for years, or maybe you're just starting this week. Wherever you are in your meal-prep journey, here are some delicious, nourishing lunch ideas for inspiration. We're already looking forward to lunch next week! Related These 33 Meal-Prep Ideas Are Healthy, Simple, and Delicious
By now, you probably know that strength training is a necessity if you're trying to lose weight. Just in case you needed one more reason to believe it, Autumn Calabrese, Beachbody Super Trainer and creator of 80-Day Obsession, confirms...Show More Summary
With Spring weddings and warmer weather just around the corner, open bars and refreshing, poolside drinks are bound to make an entrance. But you've made these huge strides in your health journey by incorporating veggies, healthy fats, and lean proteins into your diet. Show More Summary
A study shows that obese people can have good cardiovascular health, as long as they are fit, and high fitness brings even more benefit in severe obesity.
It’s all in the timing — and that includes how quickly you scarf down your meals.
Causality is a rarely achievable feat in medical research, and while observational, a study offers strong evidence that eating slowly lowers obesity risk.
Being the new year - so many of my clients have started crazy diets to shed the December gains ??????????? I'm just here to remind you guys that healthy = balanced, moderation, healthy = still being able to enjoy your favourite foods, healthy...Show More Summary
People looking to lose weight might try all kinds of ways to eat fewer calories. Now, a study in BMJ Open sheds some light onto which of those strategies actually work: Based on data from nearly 60,000 people, three behaviors—eating slowly, cutting out after-dinner snacks and not eating within two hours of going to bed—were…
Turns out you can't lose the 61 lbs you gained during pregnancy by just scrolling through instragram and wondering why you don't look like all the bikini models. Thanks @donsaladino for kickin my A double S into shape. 10 months to gain, 14 months to lose. Show More Summary