The latest evidence is in on the matter. A Mediterranean diet that is high in good fats such as EVOO and nuts is ideal for fat loss. Fat in diet has been demonized enough. You don’t need to be scared witless of the good fats that exist in your diet. They may even help you lose weight in the long run. Click Here to read this story.
When it comes to eating right and losing weight, there is a lot information out there and it can get quite confusing trying to sift through it all. Now though, experts say there is one clear winner over the other when it comes to food versus exercise. Click Here to read this story.
I sat next to a woman at a brunch spot in San Francisco over the weekend and overheard her talking about her breakfast — as I stuffed my face with crepes and eggs Benedict, I glanced at her (distinctly more balanced) plate of pancakes, a huge pile of egg whites, and a latte. We ended up chatting about our food and our diets, and she introduced a concept that was totally new to me: IIFYM. The meaning? “If It Fits Your Macros.” Click Here to read this story.
The keto diet is gaining in popularity, but it’s also “a dietitian’s nightmare,” Lisa Eberly said. We chatted with the registered dietitian to get her expert opinion on the trendy diet we’ve been hearing so much about. Spoiler alert: she’s not into it. Click Here to read this story.
Losing weight is hard — so it’s tempting to grab onto any promise of a diet or trick that will help you lose pounds quickly. Almost daily, we’re bombarded with news stories telling us what to eat, what not to eat, when to eat and how to eat. Some of these reports are supported by science, but others are myths, sometimes rooted in someone taking the results from one type of study and applying them to another situation entirely. Click Here to read this story.
Kim Kardashian West has officially lost all of the weight she gained during her pregnancy with son Saint. On Tuesday, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Snapchat to share a picture of herself standing on a scale reading 132.0 lbs. – and revealing she’s rapidly approaching what she weighed back in 2010.
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Many people have cut gluten out of their diets because they know it causes them health problems, including digestive discomfort. Those with celiac disease can’t eat it at all — while other people believe going gluten-free is simply a healthier way of living. Click Here to read this story.
Stars like to share their cheat day indulgences on social media – from The Rock’s cinnamon buns and fudge peanut butter brownies to Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian’s choice of fried chicken – but do the days off from dieting help weight loss? Click Here to read this story.
When it comes to weight loss, we believe in anything and everything that is trending and also start following it. We believe in crash diets, GM diets, etc blindly as they give us instant results. Click Here to read this story.
Following the latest fad diet or extreme exercise program typically results in short term success, frustration and re-gaining of weight. What to do? Some tried and true tips: Click Here to read this story.