Eating healthy may not always be easy but a new book aims to make it at least a little but more appetizing
Kiss your jiggles good-bye at some of the hottest places to get fit. It’s never too late to get in shape!
You won’t be hearing the ubiquitous jingle for the popular “Lap Band” and 1-800-GET-THIN weight loss advertisements any more.
If your plan to lose weight in the New Year is falling short, National Healthy Lifestyle and Nutrition Expert Beth Aldrich has tips to get your diet plan on track. She stopped by KCAL9 Saturday to spill secrets from her new book, “Real Moms Love to Eat, How to Conduct a Love Affair with Food, Lose Weight, and Feel Fabulous.”
Making New Year’s resolutions are easy…keeping them throughout the New Year is another story. Don’t focus on the negative aspect of your resolutions, but rather look at it as a “renovation” from head to toe. […]
The Food and Drug Administration is revising the nutrition facts label — that breakdown of fats, salts, sugars and nutrients on packaging — to give consumers more useful information and help fight the national obesity epidemic.
The latest diet craze has many women and men injecting themselves with a substance that suppresses the appetite. But not everyone believes it’s safe.
If you’re trying to trim down and are sick of the latest fad diet, the “Gracie Diet” may be the key to your weight loss success.
Author and weight loss expert Robert Ferguson stops by KCAL 9 to explain how to eat nutritious meals that energize yet burn fat.