There’s a common belief that it’s harder to lose weight as you get older, but a new study challenges this belief. The good news is you can lose weight at any age if you change your lifestyle and are consistent about it. Here’s why.
Most people blame weight gain on eating too much and exercising too little, but could micronutrient deficiencies play a role? Find out what research shows about vitamin and mineral deficiencies and whether they affect weight loss and weight control.
Losing weight is a challenge for many people. You might wonder how much weight you have to lose to benefit your health. Research shows that only a small amount of weight loss can positively impact your health. Find out more.
You’ve tried everything to lose weight! You exercise religiously and watch what you eat. Still, the pounds won’t budge. It’s a frustrating problem, especially when you’re doing everything right. Could something else be going on?
Obesity is a rapidly growing health problem in Western countries, and, for some, it’s a difficult condition to reverse. Can eating a healthy diet compensate for the health risks of obesity? Find out what a new study shows.
If you’re like most people, you eat an occasional cheat meal. Once you’ve enjoyed a meal of pizza or other food, you wouldn’t eat routinely, you get back on track. But have you ever wondered what impact a cheat meal has on your metabolic health? Find out.
Can a common sea vegetable help with weight loss? Find out how kelp may reduce the amount of dietary fat you absorb when you eat a meal and what role it could play in weight loss.
One of the most common complaints people have about aging is the weight gain that goes along with it. Why is weight gain so common during mid-life and later? Here are five reasons why it’s harder to control your weight and avoid a rise in body fat after 40 and what you can do about it.
Everyone seems to have advice on how to lose weight. However, much of the advice isn’t backed by science and some may even prove harmful to your health. Here five of the worst weight loss tips, along with healthier options.
Intermittent fasting is where you eat during restricted periods of time and fast in between. Some studies suggest that fasting offers health benefits. Can it also help you lose weight? Here’s what science shows about intermittent fasting for weight loss.