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Weight Loss Advice

Take the guesswork out of dieting with this collection of healthy eating advice straight from the experts.

Nobody can say your do-anywhere routine isn't effective.

Make this your year of personal bests with these tools and tricks to help you achieve ~ any ~ goal.

One new study says there's zero research behind the effectiveness of weight-loss apps

Emerging science looks at how brown fat cells could play a role in the fight against obesity.

If you're cheating time out of your workout, you might be cheating yourself out of the full benefits.

You're doing your best to make healthy choices, but advertising and creative packaging can make deciding what's good for you quite confusing.

Nutritionists share the super simple trick to help you eat more mindfully at every meal.

With Amazon Pantry, Boxed, Fresh Direct, and other grocery delivery services becoming more popular, you've gotta wonder: What's the healthiest way to grocery shop?

Why your workout resolutions fail, and how to make this the year they stick.

January 1 is an ideal time to hit the "reset" button. With a fresh 365 ahead, nearly half of all Americans vow to change at least one thing about their lives in the year ahead.

Losing weight isn't about crazy diets, overhauling your workout routine completely, or spending hours upon hours in the gym.

True and lasting weight loss is all about calories in and calories out. But some sneaky saboteurs might be making your pound-dropping pursuits more challenging—and harder to stick with.

Weight-loss experts and nutritionists are always preaching that there's no easy way to lose belly fat. Of course, weight loss is a lifestyle change that involves hard work and dedication.

One woman tried to lose weight with her boyfriend—and just about lost her mind.

Whether your goal is to lose 10, 20, 50, or 100 pounds, beginning a weight-loss journey is a huge undertaking filled with highs and lows (and we're not just talking about the numbers on the scale).

It's time to say "see ya!" to the snooze button. Exercising early in the day has been proven to help you sleep better.

What if I told you that the biggest obstacle to weight loss and better health wasn't sugary drinks, or too much couch time, or the 1,800-calorie Bloomin' Onion you ate the last time you visited Outbac