Steal the real-life-tested appetite control tricks of women who whip up culinary delights for a living. Health.com learns how they keep themselves from nibbling 24-7.
Here are four surprising things you may not know about weight—and why a few extra pounds aren't always as bad as you think.
It’s not just what you eat that can make you more satisfied—it’s how you eat, too. Try these tips from Health.com to feel fuller longer.
You’ve done all the obvious stuff—cut out late-night caffeine, made sure your bedroom is dark and cozy, avoided scary movies or struggling with your to-do list right before bed. So why are you still tossing and turning?
The bummer truth is that weight becomes easier to gain and harder to lose as you get older, but you can reclaim your slim self by following our targeted strategies.
You don't need a magic pill to boost your metabolic rate. It takes just seven minor adjustments to turn your body into a calorie-burning machine.
If you experience a post-lunch lull, adding a healthy snack to your daily routine may help you focus on your work—and prevent overeating at dinner. Here are five healthy snacks that will help get your energy up without adding inches to your waist.
A team of lung specialists in Nebraska recently found chicken soup suppressed inflammation, which causes many cold symptoms. But chicken soup isn’t the only food that might help heal you from the inside out. Here’s a daily menu based on experts’ recommendations.
The most basic way to lose weight is to slash calories. That’s Diet 101. But how many do you really have to cut or burn to see results? Health.com makes it simple.
Bust your gut with the right foods and you can actually lose weight. Health.com reveals the best menu for your metabolism.