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You might decide to eat less before a big night out on the town to help you consume less kilojoules. Here’s whether or not this will help you lose weight.
Heard of the blood-type diet? We weigh it up and see if it’s really going to help shed those kilos or if the whole concept is just a load of bull.
The dark brew’s associated with a healthy heart and longer life – why not a slimmer waist, too? But will caffeine actually help you lose weight?
By uncovering processes by which high-protein levels curb appetite, researchers may have just unlocked to the key to losing weight.
What you look like all comes down to what your mama gave ya, right? So, can your genes make you fat? WH investigates.
In the world of weight loss, there are enemy camps galore, including the people who eschew sugar. But will fruit make you fat?
So is breastfeeding the sure-fire way to fit back into your regular clothes?
Too scared to pop The Pill because you wanna stay slim? Will birth control make you gain weight? It depends on what you’re taking, say the experts.
Portion control, blah blah blah… Will it actually lead to a serious slim-down? Does eating less mean weight loss? A Harvard School of Public Health study breaks it down.
Ever taken a weight loss quiz that asks: “Are you a grazer or a predator?” Here’s the truth about the so-called ‘benefits’ of eating six meals a day.
A kilojoule is still a kilojoule, and eating too many kilojoules is what causes weight gain, right? But should you sleep after eating? WH investigates.
Sure, you’re trying to slim down for summer – but will apple cider vinegar make you lose weight?