Keto is one of the most popular diets today because many dieters swear by it as a weight loss method that actually works; however, there may be more to keto and other dieting methods than just losing weight. Here’s a reminder from Harvard Health that supports why men in particular should try a keto diet. Plus, personal experience on how adopting a nearly-keto lifestyle for 2 weeks resulted in 9 pounds of weight loss and other benefits.
Are all sugars equal? Depending on what you read, the answer is “yes”…and “no.” Here is the latest on how your choice of which sugars you consume could undermine your efforts toward losing weight.
Weight loss surgery for teens sounds like a bad idea to most people. Here’s the latest on what one study found comparing surgical and non-surgical treatments of obese teens that includes one teen’s story and how weight loss surgery saved her life.
A new study warns that the popular non-nutritional natural sweetener Stevia may affect your gut microbiome. Here’s the latest recommendation on how to best use Stevia toward losing weight.
Thinking about going on the wildly popular ketogenic diet? You are not alone as many dieters swear by this fast weight loss dieting method. However, as you will soon learn, keto is not for everyone. Here’s how you can avoid setting yourself up for possible failure by learning the most basic information on what you need to know before attempting to start a keto diet.
Will adopting a high protein total diet replacement diet with a higher proportion of protein offer a metabolic advantage compared to a diet consisting of the same number of calories, but with less protein? Here’s the latest on what science has to say about High Protein Total Diet Replacement Diet dieting.
Here’s the latest research news on a popular Dr. Oz-recommended diet that is based on the premise that feeding your body the right type of foods for your blood type will lead to weight loss. Discover what this blood type weight loss diet is all about, what foods to match with your blood type; and, what a new study has to say about Blood Type Dieting.
Here’s the latest on a popular European berry that could be a treatment for diabetics—possibly even with some added sugar!
Here’s the latest about what you should consider doing when your doctor tells you that you have Type 2 diabetes and losing weight is your best option for surviving it.
Test drive this Dr. Oz recommended plant protein-based diet that reportedly can result in losing as much as 11 pounds and becoming four inches slimmer in your waistline in just 3 weeks.