Dieters more likely to give in to late night alcoholic temptations in presence of pals

A new study has revealed that people, following weight management programs, find it hard to resist late night cravings or the temptation of alcohol in the presence of friends.

Successful dieters marked by appetite-regulating hormones ratio

Researchers have found that a pre-diet measurement of two hormones related to weight regulation can help predict which dieters will be more likely to maintain their weight loss and who will not.

Dessert with breakfast can benefit dieters

Dieters will have less hunger and craving through the day if they eat a rich breakfast that includes a dessert.

Cheap food, big portions causing dieters to miss their goals!

If you are missing your goal of losing weight, blame it on the environment around you.

Potatoes not the dietary villain as claimed

Potatoes are often painted as villains for dieters, but a new study has found that the staple food is not that bad after all.

Magical thinking helps dieters cope with stress

“Magical thinking occurs when an individual invokes mystical, supernatural forces to understand, predict, or even influence events to overcome these stressful situations,”

Magical thinking helps dieters cope with stress

“Magical thinking occurs when an individual invokes mystical, supernatural forces to understand, predict, or even influence events to overcome these stressful situations,”

Most dieters ‘don’t know alcohol contains as many calories as pure fat’

Dieter stick to salad instead of dessert to control their weight but barely resist themselves from a glass of alcohol that contains as many calories as pure fat, according to a new study.

Gene therapy may soon be helping dieters keep off weight gain

Researchers from Columbia University have suggested a gene therapy that will allow dieters to eat less and burn calories at the same rate as they do when eating normally, thus helping them keep off weight gain.

Gene therapy may soon be helping dieters keep off weight gain

Researchers from Columbia University have suggested a gene therapy that will allow dieters to eat less and burn calories at the same rate as they do when eating normally, thus helping them keep off weight gain.