Check in with SHAPE magazine columnist Beth Blair as she posts weekly about her weight-loss journey on shape.com. Learn from her successes and struggles as she chronicles her transformation in 2014.
I have a serious sweet tooth, which means that after lunch and dinner, I’m always asking, “what’s for dessert?” Chocolate is my biggest weakness although peanut butter comes in a close s...
Meatloaf is an American staple but it's not exactly healthy. For a light yet tasty version, try my turkey meatloaf recipe. You won’t miss the beef or breadcrumbs.
This morning I went to Dunkin Donuts with two co-workers to get coffee.
Summer in Chicago is delightful. The sun is shining, restaurant patios open up and people are more social.
Trading in steaks and pork chops for fish can significantly impact your health and waistline, according to my nutritionist, Keri Gans.
Most people who try to lose weight end up focusing on one thing: the pesky number on the scale!
Since, like most people, I spend a huge chunk of my time at the office, my personal trainer Stephanie Pipia suggested that I incorporate exercise into my workday.
Ever get bored with the gym, using the same cardio machines day in and out: the treadmill, the elliptical, and the Stairmaster? I do!
I often struggle with feeling overwhelmed and stressed, whether I’m on deadline at work or worried that I won’t make it to the gym.
When most people who, like me, are trying to lose weight hear the word fat, they run for the hills.