Weight Loss

Clinical-based research, analysis, and articles focused on helping you find your healthiest weight

  • Ask the dietitian: How to choose the right oil for different cooking temperatures

    Ask the dietitian: How to choose the right oil for different cooking temperatures

    You can make a good, healthy oil into an unhealthy one if cooking it at the wrong temperature.

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  • When launching an exercise routine with arthritis, look for a custom fit

    When launching an exercise routine with arthritis, look for a custom fit

    Patients with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis can pursue an exercise regimen. The key is customizing an exercise program to a patient’s capabilities.

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  • Detox on your own, using your body's system

    Detox on your own, using your body's system

    A lot of companies would like you to think you need to buy a detoxifying treatment to get healthy. You can do it on your own.

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  • Ho-ho-ho-liday stress? Here’s how to avoid it.

    Ho-ho-ho-liday stress? Here’s how to avoid it.

    Check out these tips on how to avoid holiday stress so that you can focus on the festivities.

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  • Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

    Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

    Providence registered dietitian Jill McCarty explains why eating breakfast every day is important and provides some healthy tips on when and what we should be eating.

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  • Apple cider vinegar: Wishful thinking does not a health elixir make

    Apple cider vinegar: Wishful thinking does not a health elixir make

    Many health benefits are attributed to apple cider vinegar, but most have not been scientifically proven. Learn the myths and facts of this latest health trend, along with some of the dangers.

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  • It's time to heed the call to exercise more

    It's time to heed the call to exercise more

    We all know that exercise is good for us, but most of us find reasons not to do it. We should reconsider.

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  • What "I love you to the moon and back" says about your heart

    What "I love you to the moon and back" says about your heart

    This popular declaration of love has a different meaning that ties to heart health. Follow these tips to help keep your heart pumping for you and your loved ones.

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  • Facing breast cancer with grit and gratitude

    Facing breast cancer with grit and gratitude

    For Kikkan Randall, winning Olympic gold and fighting cancer have a lot in common.

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  • 10 things you need in your bad-day toolkit

    10 things you need in your bad-day toolkit

    How can you keep a bad day from turning into a bad week? Use these suggestions for turning a negative into a positive and mitigating episodes of anxiety or depression.

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  • Stuff nobody tells you about losing weight

    Stuff nobody tells you about losing weight

    Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, talks about the things no one tells you about losing weight and the mental and physical effects it can have.

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  • Exercise gets your brain in shape as well as your body

    Exercise gets your brain in shape as well as your body

    Working out for physical fitness is great, but exercise also improves your mental fitness.

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  • 5 skin conditions you don’t want to bring home from the gym

    5 skin conditions you don’t want to bring home from the gym

    Fungi and bacteria lurk on your favorite workout machines and in common areas at the gym. Learn how to protect your skin against gym germs.

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  • Should you weigh yourself daily?

    Should you weigh yourself daily?

    A daily check-in with the bathroom scale may be a useful tracking tool, but healthy weight loss is a multi-faceted journey that is about more than just being skinny.

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  • Diverticulitis may be on the rise: Diet can decrease risk

    Diverticulitis may be on the rise: Diet can decrease risk

    The incidence of the intestinal disease diverticulitis appears to be increasing; the cause is not definitively known, but some likely culprits are, and a high-fiber diet may reduce risk.

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  • Bringing suicide out of the darkness: Raising awareness, removing stigma

    Bringing suicide out of the darkness: Raising awareness, removing stigma

    Each one of us is on the front lines of the suicide epidemic. We can pay attention, ask questions, listen without judgment and be present for those who are suffering.

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  • 7 healthy strategies for getting over someone

    7 healthy strategies for getting over someone

    Breaking up is hard to do, but finding and applying healthy coping strategies doesn’t have to be.

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  • How to be heart healthy at any age

    How to be heart healthy at any age

    Think heart health is only a concern for middle-aged people? A healthy heart starts with good childhood habits that are maintained throughout your life.

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  • Instant Pot tips and recipes for healthy cooking

    Instant Pot tips and recipes for healthy cooking

    Pressure-cooking helps maintain foods natural taste, texture, and nutrients and may help reduce the risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes.

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  • What judging others also says about yourself

    What judging others also says about yourself

    Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, talks about what judging others really says about yourself

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