design an exercise schedule that works for you, get enough sleep, and make hundreds of daily choices that will either get you closer to your goal or throw you off track.
Two-slice sandwiches are outdated. Choose whole-grain bread over white and make your sandwich "open-faced".
You know that eating five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables daily will help you lose weight, but it's still hard. Simple solution? Fruit dish.
Brown is right: A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that paying attention while eating can help you lose weight.
Catechins in green tea increase metabolism, fat release from fat cells, and hepatic fat burning.
There's a reason Eat This, Not That! hired celebrity trainer Mark Langowski to create our six-week six-pack e-book: He said no sit-ups.
Repetition creates rhythm. Bore. "Most successful losers have two go-to breakfasts or snacks," says registered dietician Lauren Slayton.