The show perpetuates the notion that people are obese because they’re lazy.
A recent study published in the journal Obesity has been generating a lot of buzz. It looked at contestants on a season of the TV show "The Biggest Loser" and found some startling results.
Bob Harper first addressed his sexuality publicly on national television.
Because losing weight is just the first step.
Dr. Judi Hollis writes a psychological shift must accompany the physiological shift in order to make weight loss permanent.
One of the biggest stumbling blocks is quite simply dieting.
Dr. emily Cooper explains the findings of a recent study involving contestants of the hit show "Biggest Loser."
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A recent study examined 14 contestants from the eighth season of “The Biggest Loser,” with startling results. Bob Harper, who was the trainer that season and now is host of the weight-loss reality competition, tells Savannah Guthrie, “You have to watch every single thing” after weight loss to avoid going back to the same weight. He also talks about the intermittent fasting trend.
The road to weight loss can be tough — and even harder to find a way to keep that lost weight off.
The NBC show's lead doctor is "evaluating" the findings of a recent study that raised questions about its drastic approach to weight loss.