Published March 28, 2013
One of my clients sought me out after she trained for her first marathon and gained weight. She thought the pounds would fall off, and couldn't understand what she was doing wrong. Dozens of others have asked, "I go to the gym six days a week, why am I'm not losing?" It may sound odd, but being active doesn't guarantee weight loss
Published March 21, 2013
Registered dietitian Cynthia Sass has a go-to bag of tricks that is full of safe techniques grounded in research. Here are nine that can either help curb your appetite or delay the return of hunger—and they won't make you miserable
Published March 14, 2013
If you can't realistically see yourself happily hanging in there six weeks or six months from the start, chances are you'll regain all or more of the weight you lose. Have you been down that road before? If so, avoid going there again, by asking yourself these five questions
Published February 25, 2013
Nutritionist Cynthia Sass discusses why she thinks Beyonce's post-baby diet is a good one
Published February 21, 2013
Have you ever gone on a diet and gained weight? According to a new UK survey, nearly a third of women have seen a spike on the scale after going on a diet, gaining an average of nearly four pounds
Published February 12, 2013
The concept of "calories in versus calories out" is greatly oversimplified, and in my opinion, seriously outdated. When I hear people repeat notions like "a calorie is a calorie" I like to reply: "That's like saying a cubic zirconia is the same as a sparkling diamond"
Published January 22, 2013
Victoria Beckham's recent tweet, about a cookbook that advocates an alkaline diet, has generated quite a buzz about this way of eating, which has reportedly attracted other celebrity fans including Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kirsten Dunst.
Published January 19, 2013
How much do you hate weighing yourself? According to a UK survey, some women would rather be seen naked by a colleague or get dumped by a boyfriend than weigh themselves after the holidays