The flexible diet has been gaining popularity because of its flexibility regarding food choices and claims you can eat what you want and still lose fat if it fits your macros (IIFYM).
The New Atkins for a New You is yet another new version of the original low carb diet. How is this version different and has it evolved with our new understanding of nutrition?
The Spark is a book from the Chris Downie, the creator of SparkPeople.com.
Author Tosca Reno is set to release a follow up to the Eat Clean Diet.
Coined “The Jesus Diet”, “What Would Jesus Eat?” written by Dr.
The no white foods diet is a weight loss method that teaches dieters to avoid anything white. Are there exceptions to the rule and is it really that simple?
Prevention Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello (remember the Flat Belly Diet?) is back with the 400 Calorie Fix.
Nutrisystem have announced results of a small study carried out by the Temple University that suggests people with diabetes could lose up to 16 times more weight if they follow the Nutrisystem D.
Being hyped as the most important weight loss book of the year isn’t an easy accolade to live up to.
Learning how to “outsmart your metabolism” and “conquer the diet plateau” seems to be a run-of-the-mill promise amongst diet books.
In the recently published book, Good Calories, Bad Calories: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Diet, Weight Control, and Disease, Gary Taubes challenges our dietary beliefs, often accepted as true, by approaching the published research from the perspective of a skeptic.
The “Morning Banana Diet” has taken Japan by storm – to the point where stores can’t keep up with the demand.
Tom Venuto is arguably the most popular fat loss guru to be found on-line.