Keri Gans, RD, author of The Small Change Diet, reveals the best strategies to lose weight and keep it off through a balanced approach to healthy eating, exercise, and lifestyle habits.
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Americans are eating more fortified foods. Our Weight Loss Coach reveals if that's a good thing or not.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest graded our diets, and we have lots of room for improvement!
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Days after Chobani recalled products for mold, 89 people have reported falling ill from eating the yogurt. Here’s how to know if your favorite snack could make you sick.
A new study says eating twice the recommended protein leads to lost pounds without lost muscle. Should you give this plan a try?
How your team plays determines how you eat, a new study says. Follow this meal plan to avoid gaining the Football 15.
A new study says this plan can help, but our expert says it may not work in the real world.
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Taco Bell is expanding its offering of the waffle taco. How healthy is it compared to other on-the-go options?
Learn more about the FDA's new regulation, and what you need to know about gluten-free diets.
Our Weight Loss Coach clears up the confusion about noshing after 8 p.m.
A mixed greens product may be to blame for the latest stomach bug outbreak in the U.S.
Is it really safe for apple juice to contain arsenic? A SHAPE nutritionist weighs in.
In honor of 7-Eleven Day and the free drinks being offered, Keri Gans, R.D., reveals if the "lite" version of this drink is healthy.
More products tout this popular ingredient on the front of their label, but that doesn't mean they're necessary healthy.
Keri Gans, R.D.N., shares her top picks of the best tasting and most nutritious foods from the Fancy Food Show.
A new study says certain types of carbs can trigger hunger and overeating. Be sure you're eating the right type of carbs.
A new study says eating 2 meals a day may be better for dropping pounds than grazing or eating mini meals.
Jorge Cruise’s new diet book claims you can drop 18 pounds in 2 weeks, but our expert is skeptical that you will be successful long-term.
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