Intermittent fasting may be good for weight loss but it can be risky for people with diabetes. Learn how to navigate this new diet trend.
If you’ve carried significant excess weight for a period of time, but lose the weight and maintain that weight loss, you may still have an elevated risk for cancer.
Intermittent fasting, which typically involves fasting for 16 hours every day or fasting for a 24-hour period twice a week, is one of the most popular health and fitness trends, especially among those who are looking to lose weight.
Adults who take protein supplements for weight loss as part of a diet and exercise program may have better results if they take them with a meal instead of between meals, according to an analysis of existing research.
Successful weight management really can happen when you shed your preoccupation with “dieting” and adopt normal, regular eating habits.
Processed foods may be a major culprit in the obesity epidemic. Learn why eating low fat or low carb might not matter as much as eating real food.
Losing weight after menopause and keeping it off long-term was a challenge for Judy. Learn how she was able to achieve her goals with the help of a close friend.
For Nancy Sales Kaneshiro, having bariatric surgery helped get her Type 2 diabetes under control and led to her developing healthier eating and exercise habits.
If you feel sleep deprived during the week, catching up on sleep on weekends may reduce obesity risk.
People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have a low metabolism and be overweight.