With all the temptations, the challenge to keep your diet on track can seem insurmountable, but with these ten tips, your skinny jeans will be thanking you come January 1st.
Eating right is largely regarded as an important part of staying healthy, but research reveals that gender might play a role in what you should be including in your diet. In other words, what’s beneficial for men might not be beneficial for women and vice versa.
Memorial Day is the unofficial start of the summer and swimsuit season. Even though South Floridians enjoy swimsuit season year round, there are some folks who tend to put on a few extra pounds over the winter.
What if something as simple as changing the color of your plate helped you lose weight? Or if clenching a fist put an end to a fattening craving? Turns out there are ways to trick ourselves into better health.
Some dieters who want to lose weight are taking their slim downs to a whole new level.
There’s a new tool to help dieters stay on track, which is especially helpful now in the midst of the holidays.
A South Florida man bullied as a kid for being overweight changed his life and now he’s working to change the lives of others.
Many people may have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions to lose weight but not CBS4 Producer Alex Hernandez.
Hernandez, who battled obesity for years, decided to take on the weight loss challenge almost two years ago and his perseverance and determination has definitely paid off.
Agnes Ogletree is happy her favorite jacket doesn’t fit anymore. She’s lost 28 pounds. The first 20 came off in five weeks thanks to the HCG diet.
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.”