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Nutritionists weigh in on this long-debated weight loss rule.
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Your cheat sheet for dining out and still losing weight!
Brian Wansink, author of Slim By Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life shares how the secret to staying slim could be as simple as rearranging your fridge.
From the no-eating-after-dark rule to the low-carb craze, experts debunk the most persistent diet lies.
The same researcher who discovered non-celiac gluten sensitivity now says a new study shows gluten's not the problem.
What you eat—or don’t eat—can impact your figure and your mood. Follow this plan to lose weight without losing your mind.
Rev up your metabolism, zap fat fast, and reveal your summer body now—then keep it all year long!
It gets a bad rap, but swapping cheese in for other ingredients in recipes can save cals and fat while adding protein and calcium.
A new study shows that tofu is gaining in popularity, so we went to the experts to clear up the debate: Is soy healthy or not?
With these tips, you can cook flavorful, healthy dinners appropriate for your diet that will be gobbled up by everyone in your household.
Even dietitians will ignore their own advice and chow down on their favorite treats—and with their tips, you can too!
Forget what you’ve heard about eating after 6 or 8 or any other time. A new study says a bedtime snack is good for you.