Fitness guru Emily Skyes shares how she starts her morning every single day.
Oprah Winfrey is looking svelte on the cover of her brand new cookbook.
Every day we make more than 200 subconscious food choices. Sometimes you need help to make the right ones.
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Some people compare foam rolling your muscles to brushing your teeth - it's an important part of a workout!
Before he knew it, John DiBenedetto's weight had ballooned to 350 pounds. Here are steps he took to lose 185 pounds!
Jacqueline Adan hopes others learn from her experience and 'never give up.'
Loma Linda, California, is home to one of the highest concentrations of Seventh-Day Adventists in the United States.
The moment Haley Smith saw her engagement photos, she knew she had to start losing weight.
Follow these go-to healthy shopping tips and you'll even have enough money left over to buy that new piece of athleisure wear.
If taking calcium supplements may be bad for the heart, as new research suggests, what's the best way to get the essential nutrient?
This sequence will challenge your entire body in a low-impact way, but still leave your muscles tired and your body invigorated.
Emily Skye inspires millions of people to get in shape. Here she shares three quick moves you should work into your daily routine.
Here's how much weight you need to lose for people to notice a difference, plus the weight loss at which they find you more attractive.
TV news anchor Stacey Skrysak was fat-shamed by a viewer on Facebook, but a supportive response helped her get the last laugh.
To find out how 23andMe founder and CEO Anne Wojcicki juggles it all, we asked how she begins her day.
Bob Harper joined TODAY to offer a few tips on how to keep the weight off during the holiday season, starting in October.
Change your relationship with food and lose weight!
Anna Victoria is an Instagram celebrity and fitness guru, motivating women with her Fit Body Guides. Here's how she starts her day.
It's time to step up your fitness game and throw some challenging elements into the mix.
Four years ago, Casey Gemmell decided to get serious about changing her lifestyle. Here's how she did it.
A woman's social media parody account makes fun of fitness trends and has had an unintended benefit.
TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer says drinking water and certain juiced vegetables before meals are great ways to tame and suppress hunger.
These low-impact exercises will lengthen and tone your body in no time!
How can you tell the difference between real hunger and an urge to eat driven by emotion, craving or exhaustion? Experts help.
Try these smart snacks that are flavorful, full of nutrients, and easy to prepare.
The elementary school cafeteria manager lost 100 pounds after she ate only the meals she was serving to students.
Gavin MacCall built a "Ninja Warrior" obstacle course in his backyard for the show's biggest fan, his 5-year-old daughter, Lylah.
A lawsuit filed by the Center for Science in the Public Interest claims a popular juice's labels are confusing to consumers.
Everything in moderation is good in theory, but not when it comes to these five foods.
Many Americans are unaware of the risks of mixing meds and certain foods.
Maria Korscmaros, 53, was bitten by a 10-foot shark.
Kids who cut processed sugar from their diets for just nine days had lower blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar.
Try this sequence to calm your mind at the end of the day.
Three years after her provocative "what's your excuse" photo, 'Fit Mom' Maria Kang has discovered that fitness can't always be a priority.
Rahaf Khatib hopes to challenge the media to speak to all athletes — and the individuals reading to keep their hearts and minds open.
Ask Rachel Graham how she lost almost 100 pounds in one year and the formula is simple.
There are so many benefits to running, including experiencing the happy, trance-like runner's high.
American women have long been told that the average size is 14. But it's actually a size 16, according to a recent study.
Rebecca Alexander, whose brother, Peter, is an NBC correspondent, doesn't let Usher Syndrome, which has slowly robbed her of both sight and hearing, stop her...
This recipe hits all the marks: cheap, easy, crowd-pleasing, healthy, one-pan, chicken, and delicious.
There are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to help drive down dangerous numbers.