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John’s “common man” approach, which strikes a chord with many overweight Americans, was honed during ...

Kristina Maury graduated summa cum laude from Howard University in 2007, earning a B.A. in broadcast journalism. ...

Jenna Bergen
A spinning instructor and yoga addict, Jenna is the author of Your Big Fat Boyfriend: How to Stay Thin When ...

Wendy Chant
Wendy's credentials surpass the rigorous standards required in the demanding field of nutrition sciences. She's a ...

Dr. Aaron Tabor, MD is the author of Dr. Tabor's Slim & Beautiful Diet and FIGHT NOW: Eat & Live Proactively Against ...

Anne is the writer behind the food and fitness blog fANNEtastic food. She uses her blog as a way to motivate others to lead happier, ...

Recent Diet Blogs
Hittin' The Beach... With Cellulite!
Posted @ 8:48am ET on April 25, 2008
Blog: Fighting Cellulite: Truths & Myths
By LionelBissoon
Special for Diet.com by Lionel Bissoon MD The approach of cellulite viewing season tends to precipitate fear in women when it comes to going to the beach. Women are now starting to look at their legs, buy swim suits, make vacation and travel plans, ...
Today's 'Toon: Fat Dogs & Narrow Doors
Posted @ 10:02am ET on April 24, 2008
Blog: The Daily Comic
By TheDailyComic
Pudgy pets... I can relate. Our dog groomer once scolded us because our Golden Retriever, Scruffy, was approaching 100 pounds. I don't think the groomer was concerned about Scruffy's health as much as she was concerned about her ability to lift him out of ...
Limiting Screen Time, Boosting Activity
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 24, 2008
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
“Screen” time – the time we spend watching TV or working at our computers – is linked to a rise in sedentary behaviors and obesity rates. Most screen time activities are sedentary activities that compete for how people spend their limited leisure time. ...
Mr. Bad Food Submarined By A Turkey Sub
Posted @ 9:31am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: Mr. Bad Food
By MrBadFood
I was on the road last week, moving my family and home from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts, when I took a lunch break and ordered a turkey sub at a “funny name, serious sandwich” Schlotzky’s. Turkey is a great choice for the healthy eater. It’s low in fat ...
Today's 'Toon: Pimp My Treadmill!
Posted @ 8:44am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: The Daily Comic
By TheDailyComic
The simple things in life may be free, but who wants the simple things? We live by the mantra BIGGER IS BETTER -- and that includes everything from our food portions to the size of our gym equipment. If a plain old treadmill is good, then a tricked-out ...
OUCH! Meet The Accidental Foodist
Posted @ 8:13am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: Wicked Fun With Food
By SallyKetchum
They say that many catastrophes have silver linings, and I found that’s true of at least some of my misadventures. Misadventures, you say? A famous food writer gets in trouble. Oh, whoa, do I ever! But you see, it’s innate. Surely culinary artistry is ...
Can Cellulite Be A Sign of Hypothyroidism?
Posted @ 7:57am ET on April 23, 2008
Blog: Fighting Cellulite: Truths & Myths
By LionelBissoon
Special for Diet.com by Lionel Bissoon Author of The Cellulite Cure Cellulite is a very popular topic for today’s woman. Every major magazine, newspapers and television station has a cellulite story. These stories tend to appear mostly around late ...
Today's 'Toon: Shape Up, Purr-ty Please!
Posted @ 1:59pm ET on April 22, 2008
Blog: The Daily Comic
By TheDailyComic
Motivation to work out and shape up can come from the least-expected places... your pet, for instance. Dogs and cats have a way of making us feel guilty about lying around and doing nothing. Well, not my cats. They seem to love lying around and doing ...
Trimming Portions, Pinching Pennies
Posted @ 12:00am ET on April 22, 2008
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
A downturn in our economy is proving to be good for your waistline. With less people eating out and food prices soaring, restaurant owners are looking for ways to trim the portion sizes they serve without their customers really noticing. As reported ...
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