According to a surprising new study, exercising in chilly temperatures could undermine dieting willpower.
The researchers found that weight loss was related to how often individuals weighed themselves.
A new study suggests that an increase in mindfulness may not help you shed those extra kilos.
Scientists have found that an ingredient, when added to daily food, can make people feel full and prevent weight gain.
After two years in the programme, Alaijah is an unqualified success story.
Researchers, including an Indian-origin person, have found that those who believe in such remedies end up gaining more weight.
Weight-loss surgery could reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by around 80 percent in obese people, says a study.
A research study has found that grapefruit juice not only helps in losing weight but also lowers glucose level.
Multiple studies show that eating breakfast neither aids weight loss, nor affects cholesterol and blood-sugar levels.
Obese adults who lose at least 5 per cent of their body weight sleep better and longer after six months of shedding flab.
Bariatric surgery may lead to bone loss for at least two years even after the body weight stabilises, says a study.
Different people digest fat and carbohydrate differently, and have different in-built appetite controls and muscle activity.
Weight loss at any age in adulthood is worthwhile because it could yield long-term health benefits, says a new research.
All foods have some calories. No food is actually “negative calorie” food. But the overall effect of certain foods in our body is that of “negative calories”.
“Self-monitoring is key to successful weight loss, and IT can make these tasks more convenient,” Cheryl Shigaki
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