Weight Loss

Clinical-based research, analysis, and articles focused on helping you find your healthiest weight

  • Diet series: Intermittent fasting

    Diet series: Intermittent fasting

    Intermittent fasting alternates between periods of eating and fasting during pre-determined times for better health and wellness. Learn more.

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  • Start the year with a simple resolution: An organized pantry

    Start the year with a simple resolution: An organized pantry

    Start the new year with an organized pantry: Follow these tips professional chefs use in their kitchens.

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  • Diet series - Comparing Keto and Buddha diets

    Diet series - Comparing Keto and Buddha diets

    Learn more about the Keto diet and the Buddha diet and whether they can help you lose weight while becoming more mindful of what you eat.

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  • Five tips for holiday eating

    Five tips for holiday eating

    Learn five ways you can maintain healthy eating habits throughout the holiday season.

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  • Fall Recipe: Apple Pumpkin Shake

    Fall Recipe: Apple Pumpkin Shake

    Our Swedish Cancer Institute dietitians are in on the Fall food fun, and have provided a pumpkin recipe for your enjoyment.

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  • Healing Music Playlist | On-demand healing music at your fingertips!

    Healing Music Playlist | On-demand healing music at your fingertips!

    Creating & listening to music playlists is fun, but did you know it can be therapeutic? Here are some tips from a Board-Certified music therapist, to help fight cancer by finding just the right mix.

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  • Diet series: Comparing low-carb diets Paleo vs. Whole 30

    Diet series: Comparing low-carb diets Paleo vs. Whole 30

    Understanding all the diet plan options available can be overwhelming. Learn more about these two low-carb diets.

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  • Promoting resilience in young children: Five tips for parents

    Promoting resilience in young children: Five tips for parents

    Find out how to improve emotional well-being for children and prevent mental health disorders before they begin.

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  • The benefits of a colorful plate and how to construct one

    The benefits of a colorful plate and how to construct one

    Eating a variety of colorful foods can provide a balance of essential nutrients, save you money and even help the environment. Learn about the benefits of a colorful plate.

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  • Green Goddess Buddha Bowl

    Green Goddess Buddha Bowl

    Eating healthy can be tasty! Buddha Bowl: a light, healthy and delicious meal comprised of a whole grain, lots of vegetables, protein of your choice and to top it off, a flavorful sauce.

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  • Tips for healthier midnight munching

    Tips for healthier midnight munching

    Do you crave junk food late at night? Here’s what you should know about the impact of late night snacking on your health.

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  • Tips for healthy living through and beyond menopause

    Tips for healthy living through and beyond menopause

    Menopause often brings new symptoms and concerns to women in their middle years. Here are some wellness tips to keep you comfortable and healthy during ‘the change.’

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  • Healthiest Spring Produce

    Healthiest Spring Produce

    Great picks for springtime seasonal fruits and veggies

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  • How to eat right for two

    How to eat right for two

    Learn what types of foods will most benefit you and your baby during pregnancy.

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  • Is elderberry the tool you need to fight the common cold?

    Is elderberry the tool you need to fight the common cold?

    Learn more about this popular ingredient in over-the-counter cold treatments.

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  • Red meat linked again to heart disease risk

    Red meat linked again to heart disease risk

    Research has found that people who eat red meat produce more of a chemical byproduct called TMAO which has been linked to heart disease.

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  • Are you a candidate for weight-loss surgery?

    Are you a candidate for weight-loss surgery?

    Learn more about the long-term weight management benefits of bariatric surgery.

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  • Adjusting lifestyle to fatty liver disease

    Adjusting lifestyle to fatty liver disease

    In the United States, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common form of chronic liver disease, and the number of people diagnosed each year is steadily increasing.

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  • Judge for yourself: RBG's workout is fabulous

    Judge for yourself: RBG's workout is fabulous

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  • 3 ways to avoid triggering the post-holiday blues

    3 ways to avoid triggering the post-holiday blues

    You know the feeling. It starts after all the presents have been opened, the good times ended and the tasty leftovers finished.

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