At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
When Diana Zepeda started noticing her stomach issues, she chalked it up to a bad diet and stress. The 34-year-old from Washington, D.C, worked long hours and often ate from food trucks and delivery service. After experiencing what seemed like random bouts of diarrhea for two years ago, Zepeda knew her eating habits had to change.
A pediatric nutritionist responds to McDonald's plans to cut cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meals and introduce new calorie limits.
In this Weight-Loss Win story, Tyler Hutchingson, who had been struggling with his weight for a long time, had a foreboding dream that inspired him to finally get healthier. This is the story of his weight-loss journey.
It seems flu season is here to stay, since a strain of ‘Japanese flu’ is set to follow the Australian one. Dr Steve Iley, Medical Director for Bupa UK told the Standard: "Also known as Yamagata flu, Japanese flu is a strand of influenza.
Put away that porridge. Research has found that chowing down on a plate of bacon and eggs for breakfast could be the key to weight loss.
After gaining weight during her freshman year of college and going through a tough breakup, Mallory Smith found a healthier lifestyle and her greatest happiness.
Whether you’re trying to cut down your calorie intake or have always wished for a flatter tum , diets can be exhausting. And with winter upon us, a huge bowl of salad is the last thing any of us want to tuck into after getting home from work. Fortunately, increasing research into our eating habits mean that simple, everyday hacks could assist your weight loss without you having to make huge sacrifices. From switching off the television come dinnertime to sitting at the table with friends and family, these are the genius ways to lose weight without having to go on a diet . Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Low-fat diets could increase your risk of an early death Foods that contain a lot more salt than you think 10 reasons why you should go vegan pronto
After being overweight and lethargic for most of his life, Gunner realized he needed to change his lifestyle to accomplish his goals.
Let’s face it, we all like a bit of salt in our diets. Whether you’re cooking with it, adding it to your meal or simply buying salt-heavy products, our levels are probably a little on the high side. In fact, NHS statistics show that adults in the UK eat about 8.1g of salt (that’s 3.2g of sodium) every single day. The recommended daily limit is 6g (2.4g of sodium). Too much sodium can cause a number of problems such as increased blood pressure leading to a real risk of heart disease and stroke. As well as the usual culprits, there are a few surprising foods that contain a lot more of the bad stuff than you think. Prepare for some major disappointment. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Salt being bad for us is a myth, doctor claims Three fruit and veg a day are enough according to scientists What your food cravings really mean – and how to cure them