Weight-Loss

10 Ways Your Workouts Could Actually Be Causing Weight Gain

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Ask just about anyone and they'll tell you that diet and exercise are the two most important components of losing weight. But unfortunately, both healthy eating and regular exercise can actually cause you to gain weight if you're not careful.

Here are 10 ways your workout can actually cause the scale to creep back up:

Intermittent Fasting Might Help You Lose Weight by Decreasing Appetite

Intermittent fasting, where you fast for a certain number of hours and time your meals accordingly, can be challenging, but new research shows it might have benefits regarding appetite suppression and weight loss. According to preliminary research published in the journal Obesity, eating earlier in the day and fasting later in the day and evening might help people control their appetites better and therefore lose weight.

The Biggest Loser Is Coming Back to TV—Here's How It's Changing

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Bob Harper went on the TODAY Show to announce that The Biggest Loser will be returning next year to TV on the USA Network, and he'll be the host of the weight loss competition show.

Harper said the show will feature new trainers and an entirely new medical team. He also said it would be "bigger and better than ever."

These Are the 5 Best Exercises to Help You Lose Weight

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There are so many factors that contribute to the weight, shape and size of our bodies. One of the main contributors is our genes, which write the code for all of our traits. Genes are different from person to person, and our weight setpoint is no exception. Some of us are genetically predisposed to be thinner, and some of us have genes that can put us at risk for obesity.

7-Day Weight-Loss Meal Plan for Fall: 1,200 Calories

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Break out your roasting pans and soup pots and get excited for fall!

7-Day Sugar-Detox Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

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Hit reset and get your healthy eating habits back on track with this simple 7-day sugar-detox meal plan.