The search for the "best" way to lose weight has lately focused on the idea of intermittent fasting. But unfortunately for its enthusiastic proponents, a new well-designed study indicates that simply changing the pattern of calorie restriction isn't more effective for weight loss than simply restricting energy intake consistently.
So the latest is that fat is not the dietary villain it's been cracked up to be, but now sugar is. So people are avoiding foods like non-fat yogurt to decrease their intake of sugar and other constituents. But demonizing one ingredient or another, though it may move the food industry, is not such a great prescription for weight control.
A new year and new you. For most of us looking to shed a few pounds this means one thing: time to diet. But this go 'round, instead of thinking about what you cannot eat, focus instead on embracing a better mental approach when you come to the table.
Everyone knows that if you eat less than you're used to eating you will be hungry. It's just a fact of life. But according to Gary Taubes, hunger is the elephant in the room when it comes to weight loss.