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A cancer researcher who studies intermittent fasting says 2 meals a day may be the ideal recipe for long-term health
Cancer researcher Dr. Miriam Merad has started eating dinner earlier than she used to because she wants to give her gut more time to rest.
A trainer from the show ‘Revenge Body’ who used to work 14-hour days while raising a toddler reveals 2 tricks for eating healthy with no f...
Autumn Calabrese, a personal trainer on Khloe Kardashian's "Revenge Body," said a busy schedule is no excuse to eat poorly.
A ‘Revenge Body’ trainer doesn’t think revenge is the best way to lose weight. She says your relationship with food plays a bigger r...
Autumn Calabrese, a trainer on Khloe Kardashian's show "Revenge Body," told Insider external motivators aren't going to change your habits for good.
How do I maintain my healthy eating and exercising routine when staying with family who don’t care about nutrition or fitness?
If you're with family who don't care about healthy eating or exercise, it can be hard to stay on track. It's possible though — just focus on you.
Some people eliminate dairy in the hopes of weight-loss results and other health-related changes. But is this the best idea? Here's how dairy can affect your body.
People who hit the gym before noon lost more weight than those who worked out after 3 p.m. or inconsistently, but all exercisers lost weight.
There’s now evidence that jogging is the best exercise for people whose genes make them more likely to be obese
The study also found that long yoga sessions and some other exercises helped ward off weight gain among people with genetic risk factors for obesity.
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson will take the stage again Tuesday. Her 2010 weight-loss book recommends sage-cleansing your kitc...
INSIDER evaluated the best and worst advice in her book, which suggests "surrendering your weight forever."
The benefits of fasting are still being studied, but there's evidence that it could lead to hair loss, anxiety, and stress if done improperly.
The small but rigorous study found that eating between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. made people less hungry and burn more fat than eating at typical meal times.