Should you skip breakfast or take a day off of eating each week? If you believe in intermittent fasting, the answer is yes. Whether or not that’s a great idea for you depends on your goals, schedule, and how long you plan on fasting.
The problem with most diets isn’t that they’re bad—it’s that they’re a bad fit for you. Set yourself up for success with this guide to finding a diet that matches your body, preferences, and real-life demands you face every day.
Meal prep can feel exhausting—but it doesn’t have to. Here’s how to make the entire process much easier and improve your nutrition without confusion.
Don’t feel guilty if you struggle with snacking. Many people fall victim to the triggers that make us binge. Here are some of the most common reasons—and what you can do to fight back.
Loading up on one food all the time isn’t an exciting dietary strategy, but is it actually dangerous? Here’s what you need to know about food allergies and intolerances.
Should multivitamins be part of your daily routine? Here’s what research says is the right approach for your body — and how to find one that’s worth buying.
Daily weigh-ins can drive you crazy—all because of information that’s flawed in the first place. If losing weight or gaining muscle is your goal, here’s how you can make real progress toward your goals.
A former NFL player reveals the reality of male eating disorders – especially the way they affect athletes and those focused on fat loss and muscle gain – and how he reclaimed a healthy lifestyle.
Before you start another diet, it’s time you understand the fundamental flaw in almost every nutrition plan. Here’s how one change can put an end to your weight loss frustration.
Why can’t you lose fat? Here are four questions you should ask to diagnose why you are stuck, and the solutions that will help you break out of your rut.
Smarter, Stronger, and Ageless? Here’s why creatine isn’t just for weightlifters, and how it’s much safer than you’ve been led to believe.
Popular diets will insist that low glycemic foods and low-carb diets are the keys to weight loss. Here’s why the most important part of the fight against “belly fat” is oftentimes ignored in diet books and articles.