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.
As SHAPE’s Weight Loss Coach, I recently did a story on what I eat in a typical day...
Don’t know what to make for dinner? Perhaps you reach for your newest cookbook (or read it on your iPad) to find the perfect dish for yourself or your family.
Today almost everyone has a smartphone. Mine is usually glued to my side.
It always seems like there isn’t enough time in the day to do everything you might want to, especially during the week.
Did you get a good night’s sleep last night? Well according to a new diet by obesity doctor Caroline Apovian, M.D., if you slept eight hours, you can lose 2 pounds.
It is not unusual in my practice to have a patient complain about gaining weight after his or her wedding and honeymoon are but a memory.
I have a confession to make: I am not usually a fan of smoothies. Too many of my patients over the years have enjoyed them but have made too many mistakes in the making of them.
There are not many things in life you can count on, but unfortunately one thing you can is that there will always be another “diet” book on the market.
Every other day it appears that food manufacturers are using a new buzzword to sell products. "Natural," "gluten-free," "low-fat," the list goes on and on.
On April 1, McDonald's is launching a huge advertising campaign to promote its new line of sandwiches called the Premium McWrap.