When Matt Bailey's weight caused a boat to almost sink, he flooded his life with change. He's since lost 140 pounds and gained confidence.
Taste-testing your culinary creations? Dipping into the office candy stash? Those tiny tidbits can add up to big trouble.
Those who cycle their dieting—five days on, weekends off—may encounter nearly as much gut damage as non-dieters.
It’s hard to resist the hype of a quick weight-loss diet. But the promises don’t add up to long-term success.
Here's a hint: There aren't a lot of packaged and processed foods piled inside.
Marketing researchers have found that eaters will rate food more favorably when they're sitting down.
A bite tally for each meal might sound tedious, but it's likely less work than counting calories—and it helps avoid mindless eating.
Want to manage your calories but still enjoy a slice of the sweet stuff? Learn some simple ingredient substitutions and develop a discerning eye for size.
Monitoring your weight daily can help you today and in the long term.
Dale Coil's unwavering commitment to physical therapy and healthier living led him to shed more than 300 pounds—and gave him his first pain-free morning in years.
Timing is everything—boost weight loss by about 25 percent just by eating 70 percent of each day's calories between breakfast and lunch.
Having a plan that is "practical, achievable and maintainable" is key.
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