Baked potatoes, greek yogurt, and popcorn can help you load up on fiber and protein
Studies show it’s more tempting than sugary snacks
Weight is never an easy subject, but it can be especially dicey when parents broach the issue of eating habits and weight with their teens.
A weight-control coach — even it’s only a peer, not a professional — can help you stick to your plan and shed those pounds, a new study suggests
Telling people to choose healthy foods isn’t working. A better solution may be to let people eat whatever they want—just not to increase their calories over time
Welcome back! This week on the podcast: why dieters can’t seem to keep the weight off, a new breed of super broccoli that promises to lower your cholesterol, and research suggesting that kids’ aggression can be traced back to …
Dieters always regain lost weight, right? Not so, according to a new analysis of data from the National Weight Control Registry (NWCR), whose 10,000 participants have lost at least 30 lbs. and kept the weight off for a year or longer.
If cannabis causes the munchies, how is it possible that pot smokers are thinner than nonsmokers?
On the podcast this week: results from a major Harvard study on how to eat right. Also, a controversial new trend in how some divorced parents are raising their children. And finally, the war over government labeling of …
For some people struggling to lose weight, researchers say it may help to engage in a little “magical thinking” as a way to cope with the stress of dieting and being overweight.
Conventional nutritional wisdom has suggested that having a big breakfast jump starts your metabolism and helps you eat less the rest of the day — and stay slim. But a study published Monday in Nutrition Journal turned that …