Exercising is good for you, right? Being a couch potato is bad,too, isn't it? So people who exercise a lot MUST live longer than people who ride the couch and watch TV all day. Oh, well, maybe not! Some new research shows some very interesting data about just how much exercise is enough exercise.
Is your belly too big? Does anyone answer "No!" to that question? How small is small enough when we're talking about bellies? Is one inch of belly fat acceptable? How about half an inch? The Zero Belly Diet sets a lofty goal: zero belly fat! Small enough?
It seems that Dr. Oz never sleeps. He is always thinking up new diets and creating names and slogans for weight loss programs. Well, he's done it again. This time, he is calling it the Total 10 Diet. Here are the highlights.
Improving your health, at least a bit, doesn't mean totally reworking your life. Small changes can reap big benefits, and the best part is that these changes are so trivial that you might actually keep them in your routine. Small steps toward a great goal: better health! Here are two small things that can really pay off.
How would you like to lose 20 kilograms in 20 weeks? Oh, yeah, so those metric weight-challenged among us, 20 kilograms is about 40 pounds. Now, how does that sound? Australian nutritionist Lola Berry has a plan to accomplish just that feat.
Everybody does it! It's New Years Eve and you promise yourself that this year is the year that you lose weight, get back in shape and (maybe) spend less time on Snapchat. You've made these resolutions before, but THIS TIME YOU MEAN IT! Here are some tips for keeping those New Years resolutions strong though the entire year.
We spend countless hours obsessing over the minutiae of our appearance, only to have our hard work and diligence undone by simple, unattractive (or worse) habits. A recent episode of the Dr. Oz show picked a "Top 8" list of bad habits for our immediate attention. How many of these nasty habits do you have?
Everyone seems to be on a diet, and no two people choose the same one. Picking a diet is hard, although there is some great help available. A recent research paper took a scientific look at the popular diets and rated them, based on total pounds lost. Did your diet make the grade?