How you eat affects how you feel during and after exercise. That's why it's important to give your body the fuel it needs before and after you hit the gym. Here, Diet.com shows you how.
The best way to reach your health and fitness goals is to stock your fridge and pantry with foods that will help you stay on track. We've compiled three shopping lists based on common health goals: weight loss, heart health and overall well-being. If you have multiple goals, you can mix and match from the different categories to keep things interesting.
Too many Stellas left you thick in the middle? We asked Gold's Gym trainer Mike Ryan, who's beefed up Mark Wahlberg, Edward Norton, The Rock and The Denver Broncos, to give us the real deal on how to banish them for good.
Dining out can be tricky business. Sure, you've avoided all things Alfredo, substituted your fries for a salad, and asked for the dressing on the side, but other hidden diet disasters may await. So the next time you eat out, don't be fooled. Here's a rundown of secret diet saboteurs - and tips on how to avoid them.
Think what you're eating is one serving? Think again. Restaurant portion sizes have grown considerably in recent decades, becoming so large they've distorted our understanding of what constitutes an appropriate serving of food.
This month, certified nutrition counselor, New York Times bestselling author and Diet.com contributor Leanne Ely writes about her favorite super-nutritious foods.
This month, C. W. Randolph Jr., M.D., Diet.com expert and co-author of From Belly Fat to Belly Flat, writes about common misconceptions about diet-friendly foods.
At least one-fifth of the calories you consume come from things you drink, and let's face it, you're much more likely to tip back a glass or two during the holidays. Here's the calorie lowdown on some classic holiday drinks, how much treadmill time they'll take to work off - plus, tips on how to enjoy them without winding up with a belly that only Mrs. Claus could love. (And remember: If you choose to drink, give the keys to your sleigh to a designated driver.)
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.
Think you're picking the healthiest option on the menu? Think again. Here's some food for thought that may surprise you.