The simple adage of ‘eat less and move more,’ to weight loss is not always so easy.
In the metrics that matter, it turns out the answer is fairly simple.
There is more than one way to eat for optimal health. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
Indulging in “hedonic hunger” keeps many people from reaching a healthy weight—and many runners from reaching their racing weight.
A byproduct of sugar production, this syrupy treat belongs in your diet.
Forget about fad diets. Follow this simple mantra and watch the pounds melt away.
One study seems to favor low intensity — but read the fine print.
There’s no reason runners have to pack on the pounds just because of the time of year.
The jury's still out.
Recent research suggests that there are foods we can eat more of that help fill us up, but also help us to eat fewer calories.