Nutrition experts say weight loss starts at the grocery store.
Have you ever heard of something called the “caveman diet?” Plenty of people have heard of the idea to eat the way a caveman would have.
Dr. Christian Conte joins KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek for Q & A Tuesdays.
At the top of many New Year’s resolutions is the dreaded “D” word – diet. Consumer Reports’ just-released survey of 9,000 subscribers rates more than a dozen of the most popular diets to see which ones are most successful.
The “Hormone Diet” is getting a stamp of approval in Pittsburgh. KDKA-TV asked two people to try the popular diet for six weeks and both lost weight on the program. It’s based on the best-selling book “The Hormone Diet,” by naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner.
If you’re on a diet, Halloween can present a bit of a problem for keeping on track. However, these two recipes from Weight Watchers will satisfy your sweet tooth without wrecking your diet!
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl said 133 city employees lost more than 2,000 pounds combined at a celebration at the City County Building. Weight Watchers teamed up employees’ CityFit program in April of last year. The diet and exercise program has paid off.
Losing weight and keeping it off can be a real challenge. There are a ton of different diets and devices on the market to help. Now, a device developed right here in Pittsburgh is making headlines nationwide.
You’ve heard of bowling for dollars, but what about dieting for dollars?
You’ve heard of bowling for dollars, but what about dieting for dollars? A new weight loss program is offering big cash rewards is you can shed some pounds.
So, you’ve made your New Year’s resolutions and you’ve been sticking to it: eating right, exercising regularly. But your weight hasn’t budged. What gives? Well, maybe it’s your sleep.
Many people make a resolution in the new year to diet and lose weight Starting a diet is relatively easy. The hard part is sticking to it. Consumer Reports just polled more than 3,000 of its subscribers on losing weight to see just what they’re doing to stay on target.
Will you be joining the masses that faithfully pack-on five pounds during this merry season? Or are you going to do something different this year? Avoiding the holiday chub is entirely within your control.
So you’re a busy mom during this holiday season with no time for the gym, right? Not so fast! Women’s fitness and weight loss programs have come a long way in the last five years and there is a solution for the endless number of frustrated moms out there who don’t’ have the time for a personal trainer or gym
It’s hard to imagine now, but not long ago, trim and pretty Christine Crawford was 88 pounds heavier. A mother with five kids, Christine got virtually no exercise splitting her days between home and her job at the University of Pittsburgh.