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.
Today and every July 11, 7-Eleven stores give out free small Slurpees.
The trend of adding a “hot” ingredient to a food to attract more consumers is definitely nothing new.
On July 2, I had the pleasure of spending the day at the New York City Summer Fancy Food Show. The experience was a little overwhelming.
If you've ever found yourself hungry and full of cravings not long after finishing a meal, your food choices may be to blame.
“Eat three meals plus one to two snacks a day” is what I usually recommend to all my patients.
Just when things seem quiet on the diet front, a new book is released. The latest to catch my attention is Jorge Cruise’s The 100: Count Only Sugar Calories and Lose Up To 18 Lbs....
Every morning I wash my face and gently pat eye cream under my eyes to help prevent wrinkles. And most days I put on concealer, eye shadow, and mascara so my eyes look just so.
Before you barbecue this weekend, you might want to think about what you're throwing on the grill.
We all know that we should start our day with breakfast, and I tell my patients that nothing is easier than grabbing a bowl of cereal with low-fat milk or yogurt.
Remember the days when chocolate was simply chocolate? It came in either white, milk, or dark and sometimes had nuts added.