One man credits a 2014 health study headline as the inspiration to quit soda forever and claims the decision has been "life changing."
Are you a fan of 'spot the difference' challenges? One dietitian is using the game to teach about the impact subtle meal differences have on weight loss.
If you've been trying to lose weight, then odds are you have been diligently tracking your food, logging hours at the gym, prioritizing sleep, and working on managing stress. These are all excellent ways to reach your weight-loss goals, but there are some areas you could be sabotaging yourself without realizing it.
It's the first time a 'severely obese' category has been added to the national child measurement programme data.
You may not have heard of the term Calorie Justification, but you probably know what it means if you've ever worked out with the sole intention of indulging in an unhealthy snack after. According to a recent study by The New York Bakery Co., as many as 40 percent of Brits only exercise as a way of justifying unhealthy eating and drinking habits, with chocolate bars, wine, and cake making the top three post-workout indulgences. ...
Kenzi Groft is 21 years old, 5 feet 6 inches tall, and currently weighs 145 pounds. In 2015, after a series of health problems caused by her weight, her doctors told her she had to pursue a healthier lifestyle if she wanted to live.
“Not anorexia, it’s a thyroid issue,” the actress captioned a nαked Instagram photo of herself, looking thin.