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Avoid Weight Gain On a Gluten-Free Diet

If you live with celiac disease, or simply eat gluten-free, and you're worried about weight gain, avoid extra pounds by following these tips.

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What Causes Postmenopausal Weight Gain?

Genetics and exercise both affect weight gain after menopause. Find out what you can do to prevent obesity as your metabolism slows down with age.

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A Weekend Lie-in May Help You Lose Weight

If you feel sleep deprived during the week, catching up on sleep over the weekends may help counteract obesity risks.

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Get More Sleep to Lose Weight

People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have low metabolism and be overweight, according to this study.

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12 Healthy Fast Food Finds

Stopping for fast food is sometimes inevitable, but that doesn’t mean it has to be unhealthy. These are the menu items you should pick.

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Sleep More, Weigh Less?

Lack of sleep could be why you keep gaining weight. Here's what you should know about the connection between sleep and obesity, and what you can do about it.

A soda a day increases belly fat.

A Soda a Day Increases Belly Fat

If you drink soda or sugary drinks every day, you may be packing on heart-unhealthy belly fat, according to this study.

A male-only weight loss program.

Weight Loss for Men: What Works

Researchers are finding out how to attract men to weight-loss plans. One successful way is through male-only programs.

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These Digital Tools Can Help You Lose Weight

Weight loss is never easy, but these new digital devices can help you meet your goals by making it easier to monitor your eating and exercise habits.

It Can Take Five Months to Lose Your Two-Month Holiday Weight Gain

According to a study published in September 2016 in The New England Journal of Medicine, it will likely take five months to lose weight gained during the two-month holiday period, from Halloween to New Year’s Day. The study involved 3,000 subjects fr...