Tests found that tapping the forehead was the most effective method and neutralized cravings by up to 10% more than the other exercises.
For years we’ve been taught that when it comes to losing weight, crash diets are bad and that slow, steady weight loss is the best approach.
We all know losing weight takes more than just a diet. Now even your fork and plate are being engineered to help you slim down.
This pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
A new study published by the American Diabetes Association shows something as simple as lowering your thermostat can boost your metabolism, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reported.
A popular weight loss drug is being pulled from U.S. and Puerto Rico retailers over tampering concerns.
A new capsule from Europe may help obese patients slim down. It’s a pill called Obalon, that, when swallowed, expands to become a balloon in your stomach.
High-intensity interval training is in; Zumba is out.
If you’re looking for a way to slim down the answer could be as easy as re-arranging your food.
Many of us are guilty of “stress eating” or experiencing emotional food cravings. But how do you stop them in order to lose weight? Dr. Susan Albers stopped by to talk about her new book on the subject, ‘Eat. Q.’
Celebrity fitness trainer Karim Ramos showed us for a Fit Minute. He showed us partner squats, partner push-ups and the “half burpee.”
Bianca Jade is a fitness trend expert and the founder of MizzFit.com. She joined us on The Couch to show us how to get a super calorie burn with a weighted jump rope.
Summer is a great time to add delicious seasonal fruits to your diet. But did you know some are loaded with nutrients that can help you slim down?
“In terms of keeping it secret, it’s nobody else’s business,” Christie said. “If asked about it, I wouldn’t have lied about it. But it’s nobody else’s business but mine.”
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has dealt with great adversity on the field with his team the past year. But through it all, he kept his eye on the ball in regards to something more important than football: his health.