Now, miracle jab that is better than 'dieting or exercising'

A new miracle injection called Liraglutide has recently been developed that has helped people shed an average 19lbs a year, so it has been considered better than dieting or exercising.

Manthan: What to eat in Spring season?

With Spring season on the anvil, it's time to modify the eating habits for a healthy you in 2015.

This 'imaginary meal diet pill' will trick you into feeling full without eating

Good news for all those who want to lose weight this year. Scientists have made a diet pill which tricks your body into thinking you just ate.

Its Official! Men are better at dieting than women

A new study has found that men are better at dieting than women, as men lose weight faster and find it easier to keep off.

Quicker food choices driven by taste

If you want your diet to be healthy, take time in deciding the food you are about to pick, suggests a study, noting that quicker food choices are driven by taste and not health.

Check your weight once a week to lose fat!

It may seem a bit bizarre but researchers have found that how often you step on the scale to measure weight is linked to weight loss - the more is the frequency, the faster you slim down.

Dieting? Tips for eating out
Dieting? Tips for eating out

One in five calorie-conscious youths are shunning their friends in favour of their figures, admitting they would cancel plans, or have done so in the past, for fear of ruining their diet. But there are many options to get the right food while dining out with family or friends.

Not having close access to healthy foods can deter motivated dieters too

A new study has revealed that not having close access to healthy foods can deter even the most motivated dieters from improving their diet.

Zero calorie sweeteners can affect your weight loss goals

A new study has revealed that no-calorie sweeteners may interfere with people's diet choices.

Starvation effects pass on to next 3 generations

Starvation may affect the health of at least the next three generations, says a study.

Don`t believe in starving: Huma Qureshi

Huma Qureshi has shed those extra pounds, is looking much leaner and has become the cover girl of Femina. She says she has achieved all that by making healthy choices.

Low sugar and salt in food products becoming more popular than low and no-fat

Researchers have claimed that more than 50 per cent of consumers are interested in products with reduced levels of salt and sugar.

Dieting and exercising not enough to lose weight, says health expert

A new research has found that controlling how much you eat and doing lots of physical activity is not enough when it comes to shedding off the kilos.

Take low-fat diet to avoid fatigue in multiple sclerosis

Following a plant-based low fat diet may help people who suffer from fatigue associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), research says.

Now, jab that could help you pee your fat out

A new slimming product on the market has claimed that it can dissolve fat cells, allowing people, who are dieting, to pass them out of their bodies with their urine.

Appearance urges mothers to diet

Ill-fitting clothes, unflattering photos and health concerns are the top three reasons why mothers are spurred on to lose weight, according to a survey.

Better-tasting, low-fat desserts are set to debut

Many people dieting to reduce flab are put off by low-fat desserts, sauces and salad dressings for one simple reason: they are also low on flavour.

Experts warn against following diet trends blindly

Experts have warned against following diet trends blindly after a research, which suggested that middle age people who are on high-protein diet are at greater risk of dying from cancer, caused many people to believe that they should totally exclude protein from their diets to avoid cancer.

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.

New Year special: 5 tips to stick to your weight loss resolution

It is the time of the year when almost all of us are drudging making New Year resolutions. If you have made a resolution this time to make your `dream goal` of losing weight a reality, there is a chance that you start off on a motivating note, but, what happens after two or three weeks? Doesn`t the motivation wear off and you start looking for `quick and easy` results?