Diabetes Weight Loss Articles
Learn how your body could make it more difficult for you to resist tempting food.
Extreme caloric restriction, or “crash dieting,” can have dangerous consequences for your physical and mental health, and you may be more likely to gain the weight back.
While most assume that vigorous exercise will drive them to eat even more, studies have shown that physical activity can suppress your hunger.
Here are five tips that can help you cut back on craving too many carbs.
Take a break from the fad diets and check out the eating plans of weight-loss champions according to data collected from MyFitnessPal.
Choosing the right goals puts you on the path to success.
There are hidden health hazards lurking in belly fat. Here’s how you can reduce it.
Changing the ways you think and act could help you control your weight. Dr. Gary has simple tips.
Health apps are becoming more and more ubiquitous, but how do they actually work? Learn more about smartphone apps can help you with your weight loss goals.
For this week’s community discussion, we welcomed Jill Weisenberger, author, dietitian, and diabetes educator, to discuss the value of finding a healthy weight instead of just losing weight.
Join special guest Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, FAND, CHWC, on April 26 at 9:00 p.m. ET for a #DCDE Twitter chat about finding your healthy weight.
Here's help for developing and sticking with a good exercise plan.
Are you losing weight unintentionally? It might be time to visit your doctor.
Here’s the what, why, and how to losing weight with type 2 diabetes.
Following gastric bypass surgery, you may be especially focused on physical health, but what about your mental health?
Watching what you eat can be tricky for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.