Is This the Secret to Long-Term Weight Loss?
People whose weight fluctuated in the first six weeks of a new study lost less total weight over the next two years.
5 Weight Loss Tips From People Who Have Actually Done It
Most Americans want to lose weight, but it’s no simple feat. Just ask someone who’s done it.
Exercise May Protect Against Holiday Binge Eating, Suggests Small New Study
When it comes to holiday weight gain, the problem isn’t just one or two big meals; it’s the drawn-out stream of constant parties, cookies, dinners, leftovers, and “special occasions” throughout the entire season. Even just a few days of overindulging can have real effects—not just on your waistline, but on other ways overdoing it can affect your body, as well.
It’s Time to Rethink High-Protein Diets for Weight Loss
A new study suggests there’s a downside to all that protein.
Wearing a Fitness Tracker Won’t Necessarily Lead to Weight Loss
Good old-fashioned food and exercise logs may work better for many people, suggests a new study.
How You Feel About Your Body May Be Genetic, Especially If You’re a Woman
A new study provides insight into why we may perceive ourselves as a different weight than we really are.