Weight Management Topics

Are you at a weight that lets you feel and look your best? If not, it's time to start managing your weight.

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The Journey to Weight Loss: Creating a Lifestyle Pattern

Once Lottie found herself weighing 254 pounds, she knew it was time to make a change. She started small, but lost in a big way, and she's proud of her body today. This is her story...

The Key to Weight Loss: Know Your Body

Ellen lost 35 pounds in 3 months. For her, it was all about eating clean, enjoying the outdoors, and recognizing that the number on the scale doesn't define who she is.

The Skinny on Overeating

How much time on the treadmill does it really take to burn off that extra piece of cake? Does an extra half hour at the gym offset that second plate of spaghetti? Not necessarily. Licensed Dietician Rachel Baer debunks some common myths and shares some best practices on how to avoid overeating.

Thou Shalt Love Thy Booty: Embrace the Junk in Your Trunk

It’s International Women’s Day — what better time to celebrate the female figure! This week, our CEO and founder, Diana Keough, explains why a big derrière is a healthy derrière.

Treatment of Obesity

Detailed information on obesity treatment, including obesity medical treatment, obesity surgical treatment, obesity gastric bypass (malabsorptive) surgery, and obesity gastric stapling (restrictive) surgery

Understanding Type 1 Diabetes

When you have type 1 diabetes, your body can’t process blood sugar. Too much sugar in your blood can cause serious health problems. Watch and learn more about type 1 diabetes and how to stay healthy.

Understanding Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes. It is more common in adults, but you can get it at any age. Find out what causes type 2 diabetes and what you need to do to keep it in check.

Watching 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.

Weight Loss: Changing the Way You Think About Food

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.

Weight Loss: It Starts with the First Step

At her heaviest, Lisa weighed in at 340 pounds. Finally, something clicked, and she decided to take the first step to living healthy.