An expert says that diets usually fail because people don't address their emotions about food, making weight loss incredibly challenging.
Hoping to lose weight? Exercise by itself isn't always enough to take off those extra pounds. Now, research helps to explain why.
People make diet plans and diet goals, but that's not translating into success. Here's a better way to make your weight loss hopes a reality.
If the internet can be used to motivate people to exercise, what is its best role?
You see them on wrists everywhere - restaurants, the office, the gym. Fitness trackers are now de rigeur among the fitness conscious.
If you want to track your weight, count your steps or your calories, you can find an app to help. But how you choose the one that's right for you?
Soon, we will be able to get tailored diet advice based on our personal gut microbiome to help us with weight loss and more.
People who have just started a program might see big changes right away – such as losing weight – and then come the fitness plateaus.
A lot of people who want to lose weight but are stuck. They start, and then fail, and then feel bad about it. The secret lies in leveling up.
Dieting demands you to think about what you are eating and make changes when necessary - but those changes should be gradual and bearable.
Weight Watchers may seem like a great place to get weight loss support, but a study shows the dynamic changes as you get closer to your goal weight.
Would-be dieters miss their goals thanks in part to powerful environmental cues that are subconsciously bending willpower every day.
Jeanne Ray, author of Eat Cake, reminds us to eat that slice of cake - because, more often than we might realize, the simple joys can be life's sweetest.
A surprising new strategy for managing your weight? Bright morning light. Turns out there's a connection between weight loss and sunshine.
There are several different procedures available to help you lose significant weight. Here's an overview of the main types of weight-loss surgery.
According to new research, for patients who had a gastric bypass, weight loss amounts varied by race.