Is a diet where all you eat is dairy-free ice cream too good to be true?
As Valentine’s Day nears, a bakery in Sherman Oaks is touting that it caters to every dietary need.
With New Year’s just around the corner, you’re ready to be fitter, trimmer, and healthier. These great books from Simon & Schuster will help you kick off 2014 the right way—and stick to your health resolutions this year.
A Los Angeles-based musician said he lost 250 pounds on a so-called “99 Cents Only Store Diet.”
Tri-City Regional Medical Center, ABC Unified and city officials Wednesday launched Activate Hawaiian Gardens, a program focused on reducing childhood obesity.
A Woodland Hills clinical nutritionist offers custom-tailored, personalized weight loss plans that cater to a woman’s body and lifestyle.
Filmmakers and authors, James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to discuss their newest documentary film and book (by the same name), “Hungry for Change”!
Two Southland men, an odd couple of sorts, have come together to produce a weight-loss system that emphasizes portion control.
Kathy Kaehler stopped by KCAL9 to discuss the importance of getting enough fiber.
In the world of carb avoidance and weight consciousness, going out for a meal can be quite a challenge. However, there happen to be several local restaurants that offer a choice selection of dishes that are friendly to your waist and the scale.
While family history plays a role in breast cancer risk, doctors say you have control over one of the biggest factors that could prevent the disease.
Spokeswoman Liza Parker talks to KCAL9 about the weight-loss incentive company, HealthyWage.com.
Nell Stephenson, the author of “Paleoista,” shares her favorite spots in Los Angeles to enjoy Paleo-friendly food.
Ding-dong, dinner’s here! Whether you are too busy to cook, looking for help in sticking to a healthy diet, or just want to mix it up a little, Los Angeles has great services that deliver prepared meals right to your door.
Losing weight and getting healthy is not about counting calories, it is a way of life that one fitness expert says starts with adding 30 simple habits one day at a time.