Losing weight has become the holy grail in America. From exercising to eating right, many find that the weight just won’t budge. It turns out you might need a doctor instead of more crunches.
We’ve all heard of the low-carb diet, and the high-protein diet. But what if all the exercise and healthy eating wasn’t enough? Could adding “cold” to your life help you lose that unwanted fat? Some people say it can if you follow the “ice diet.”
Many South Floridians lose weight to be healthier and feel better, but when you’re getting cold, hard cash to shed the pounds it can make the deal is even sweeter.
Want to get back into your favorite pair of jeans or slinky dress by the weekend? Believe it or not, there are legitimate ways to lose inches off your problem areas quickly without having to starve or work out around the clock.
Millions of people go on diets every year, some are successful and some are not.
It seems to always be the number one New Year’s resolution, to lose weight. And this year many men and women are turning to a pregnancy hormone diet that severely restricts calories.
Low-carb diets are so popular they can seem like the only way to go to drop the pounds. But two women are trying to show there’s a better way to lose weight that includes carbs and improves your mood at the same time.
If you’re looking to get rid of all those holiday pounds you’ve packed on, there’s a new diet trend that’s not hot, but cold. It’s called the Ice Cube Diet, but these are no ordinary ice cubes.
A new campaign to save money is spreading, not only in the U.S., but in other countries as well. It’s called the Great American Apparel Diet.