Are you at a weight that lets you feel and look your best? If not, it's time to start managing your weight.
The best way to lose weight is to set a reasonable goal and lose it slowly. Here are some tips to help you.
Regina had been overweight her entire life. It wasn’t until she saw a photo of herself holding her grandson that she realized she needed to make a change.
At her heaviest, Lisa weighed in at 340 pounds. Finally, something clicked, and she decided to take the first step to living healthy.
After ceasing many of the habits that kept her fit and healthy, Julie had gained 30 pounds before she knew it. But one day, she woke up and decided she'd lose the weight. This is her story...
Campbell Black's weight gain crept up on him slowly through the years, until one day he realized he needed to make a change. With diet and exercise, he's experienced a 180-degree lifestyle change—for the better.
Loreen was never given guidance when it came to food and nutrition. Though she turned her life around in her early 20s, she still can't get rid of the fat kid in her head.
Lisa Anderson had been gaining weight for years. But it wasn't until her 50th birthday that she looked in the mirror and decided to make a change. This is her inspiring story...
Holly was never worried about her weight, until she began to notice the effects of a college lifestyle and living in the soul-food-filled South. After reaching almost 200 pounds, she decided it was time to make some lifestyle changes.
It happens to many of us -- the years add up and so do the pounds. Kelvin Perry decided he was ready for a change, and with some help, he's back to a healthy weight. Here's what worked for him.
For overweight children 7 and older, the initial goal is to keep them from gaining
more weight. Changes in eating habits and exercise are gradually introduced to trim