Everyday steps can help fight obesity: IMA

Taking the elevator from the first floor instead of the ground floor, using land phones at home instead of mobiles, and trying to use less of the remote control while watching television were some of the ways to fight obesity, according to the Indian Medical Association (IMA).

Breathing helps you slim down!

Ever wondered where the fat goes when we lose weight? Most of it is breathed out as carbon dioxide, according to a new study.

Caffeinated underwear won't help you lose weight'

If you are curious about underwear that carries caffeine, aloe vera and vitamin E and claims to help you shed extra kilos by just wearing them for few days, read this.

App to track dietary data, helps lose weight

 If you plan to lose weight, some apps can do the job for you more efficiently by reliably tracking dietary data and preparing what suits your body the most, say researchers.

How to stay toned amidst celebrations

Celebrations call for never-ending sweets and if you want to watch your weight, it becomes difficult. Eat small portions and stay hydrated to avoid weight gain.

Want to shed extra kilos? Join social media

Social networking programmes designed to help people lose weight could play a role in the global fight against obesity, according to new research.

Extreme exercise 'not best way to lose weight'

A new study has found that extreme exercise may not help in reducing weight, in fact, it may do the opposite.

Ditch the car to shed flab: Study

Want to shed extra weight? Ditch the car and take public transport to work instead!

Exercise can actually lead to weight gain: Expert

Contrary to the popular belief that exercise can help lose weight, an expert has claimed it can actually lead to weight gain.

Get fit whilst you shop

It was the fictional character Carrie Bradshaw who so honestly admitted that shopping is in fact her cardio workout and that’s why she couldn’t make the switch to online shopping -- so why not get yourself a workout in while you buy the essentials?

It`s never too late to lose weight

Are you not hitting the gym thinking that weight loss at your age may not be of any help?
Think again!

Water exercise leads to fitter frame: Expert

Working out and staying fit is a lifestyle many people desire, but many of them just find the environment of the gym intimidating and boring. An expert suggests that water exercises can be a nice variation to lose weight and stay active.

Kim Kardashian sleeps wearing corset?

Kim Kardashian reportedly sleeps in a corset to lose weight.

Facebook leading women to eating disorders!

Are you hooked all the time to Facebook in anticipation of another `like`? It`s time to Stop.

5 Easy-to-adopt Habits for a Healthy Life

Bikini model and fitness entrepreneur, Amrit Dhaliwal, shares a few healthy habits that you could easily inculcate into your daily schedule

Tequila plant sweetener could help reduce blood sugar, weight among diabetics

A sweetener created from the plant used to make tequila could lower blood glucose levels for millions of type 2 diabetes sufferers and help them and the obese lose weight, according to researchers.

Now, fight the flab with humorous weight-loss app Carrot Fit

A new app, Carrot Fit, can help you lose weight in a humorous way.

Top five weight loss tips for 2014

You have been struggling for that trim sexy belly look, but yet to achieve it despite your hard work. Worry not, here are some best tips to help you lose weight and attain that fabulous body image in 2014.

Want to lose weight? Change colour of crockery

Try changing the colour of the plate you eat from to lose weight, a new study says.
It helps in cutting the portion size of your diet if you change the colour of your eating plate from white to some brighter shades, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Mediterranean diet helps prevent diabetes

Here comes a good news for people at risk for heart disease - and diabetes.
They just need to switch to a Mediterranean diet to prevent diabetes even if they do not lose weight or even do daily exercise, claims a new study.