A 25-year-old man credits Chick-fil-A with changing his life.
If you're taking a long road trip this summer, you might find it hard to stick to your diet on the trip. Many times you find yourself in the car starving, but the highway rest stops are filled only with belt-busting fast food options.
The "Outnumbered" panel discussed a shocking new study that found 80 percent of 10-year-old girls have dieted and are stressed out because of their body image.
Well, you might want to rethink it after watching this "Fox and Friends" segment about how chemistry, not calories, may be the real driver of weight gain. Lyn Genet-Recitas, author of "The Plan Cookbook," talked to Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning about her book, which asks people to throw out what they think they know about meticulous calorie-counting.
If you're trying to lose weight, should you cut out diet soda? Researchers, funded by the American Beverage Association, claim they did not find a benefit to replacing diet soda with water in a weight-loss plan.
If you've been steadfastly avoiding that big steak or bacon-and-egg breakfast, we have some good news to share with you. It comes from Nina Teicholz, author of the The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet.
Spring is in the air, which means many people are stepping up their efforts to shed a few pounds. Dr. Ian Smith, author of the Super Shred Diet, talked to Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning to give us some examples of weight loss myths that could be tripping up dieters.
Is everything we’ve been told about eating fat wrong? A recent study showed that there’s no good evidence that saturated fats found in foods like butter, cheese or red meat causes heart disease. So is it time to end that bacon strike?
Liana Werner-Gray, founder of “The Earth Diet,” joined Carol Alt to discuss healthy alternatives to processed food. On the Earth Diet, people only eat what earth naturally provides.
Doctors and nutritionists have long agreed that eating breakfast is an important way to start the day. Some say having that first meal is important to helping people lose weight.
Here’s an excuse to give up your diet this weekend: New research says indulging on the weekends may not affect long-term weight gain.