About Weight

  1. Balanced Ways to Attain a Healthy Weight

    Whether you have tried to lose weight on your own or with the help of a weight-loss program, the focus is too often on severely restrictive diets and unrealistic goals, nutrition experts say.

  2. Determining Your Body Mass Index

    Your BMI gives a fairly accurate assessment of how much of your body is composed of fat.

  3. Keep Moving to Manage Your Weight

    You can lose weight by dieting, exercising, or a combination of both. Including exercise into your daily routine offers other benefits besides weight control.

  4. Maintain a Healthy Weight for a Lifetime

    Which is more important to you -- being able to wear the jeans you wore five years ago, or being able to move better, have more energy and improve your health?

  5. Potbellies Warn of Later Problems

    The fact is, you might not care as much about looks as your wife does, but that fat around your abdomen is no laughing matter. A man's potbelly often warns of later problems ranging from heart disease to cancer, diabetes, arthritis, back pain, and sleep apnea.

  6. The Reality Behind Metabolism Myths
  7. What's Your Healthy Weight?

    In today's society, there's much confusion over what constitutes a healthy weight. Here are some ways to find out where you stand on the weight issue.

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