A Michigan surgeon invented an apparatus that he believes tricks the brain into thinking the stomach is full. His Full Sense Device could be a lifesaver for millions of obese Americans and raises questions about how hunger — our most basic human impulse — even works.
“I don’t even think my dog would eat this.”
“No, ma, I don’t want another paratha.”
“BRB I just need to go for a brisk walk so I can eat this KitKat.”
“I wish you the same strength of will and spirit that the residents of blockaded Leningrad showed. Let’s do it together!” the diet’s creator said. Russians on Facebook were not impressed.
Crunches don’t ~blast~ belly fat, breakfast isn’t the most important meal of the day, and you don’t actually need to take your vitamins. Plus so many more things to stop believing!
When a workout promises that it’ll shrink your belly, banish arm jiggle, or whittle your whatever… it’s not being totally honest.
The Federal Trade Commission is preparing for a New Year’s spike in weight-loss scams. This year’s highlights included a cream inspired by lobster hormones, and a magical pill that claimed to strip the calories from a plate of spaghetti.
Change is hard, but it might be worth it.
Spoiler alert: It doesn’t turn into muscle.
Watch him bare it all in this brave video.
Watch what happens behind the smoke and mirrors.
Sorry, I only drink Ashley Chai.
The never-ending struggle.
After Jake Golding met his true love online, he decided to put in some serious gym work before he met her for the first time.
“I am in shape. Round is a shape.”
If you stop eating nothing but McDonald’s three times a day you will lose a lot of weight.
Small changes, large pay off.
Two fitness-loving ladies have bared it all by sharing (and loving) their post-weight-gain bodies.
Plus 7 secrets to growing long and healthy hair, 6 tips for making the best iced-coffee (Italian style), and the 1 yoga myth that may be holding you back.
Brooke Birmingham says the fitness mag is hiding what weight loss really looks like by asking her to cover up. Update: Shape responds and blames freelancer for “misunderstanding.”
Plus the scientific reason for “old-person smell,” a brief history of exploding whales, and pro tips for your skin and metabolism.
Plus the highly dangerous ’90s toys you loved so much, the new pizza with fried-chicken instead of dough, and ways to speed up your metabolism.
Plus the secret that helped one celeb trainer lose 30 pounds without going to extremes, 21 pics of people being weirdos on public transportation, and 10 tips to avoid major moving mistakes.
Toronto resident Matthew Wong — aka redditor _M4TTH3W_ — has created the “Rob Ford Scale”.