Something about living with a new husband seems to bring on the "married 15" -- an extra 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms) of weight gain. Maybe it's cooking those larger meals for two or slacking off on exercising in favor of spending time together. We've got some strategies to help you avoid this.
Planning for your wedding day involves more than choosing the best caterer or booking a great band. If you have weight-loss goals for your wedding, you've got to plan how you'll drop the pounds. We'll show you how in four simple steps.
After the champagne toast on your engagement eve, you started dieting like a madwoman. You cut out alcohol, dessert and your beloved Sunday brunches. Whoa, bride! Don't sacrifice everything you love to eat. Here's why.
Every bride wants to look and feel picture-perfect on her wedding day. For some brides, that means setting a weight-loss goal. Dieting during the stressful period of wedding planning can be tough. Here's how to diet happily and successfully.
Your maid of honor loves you dearly, and we promise she's not trying to sabotage your wedding diet on purpose. But in assembling a traditional bridal shower buffet of savory and sweet dainties, she's unknowingly about to undo weeks' worth of your hard work.
Brides who want to slim down and tone up before their wedding day need effective exercises designed to target specific areas. We've got 10 of the best moves for shoulders, waists and a killer bottom half.
Many brides vow to drop a few pounds before walking down the aisle. But committing to a strict diet and exercise regimen is no easy task when you're planning the biggest day of your life. Here's how to set a reasonable and healthy weight-loss goal.
After you fed each other wedding cake at the reception, it was all downhill from there. All-you-can-eat buffets and mixed drinks on the honeymoon cruise. Gourmet brunches on Saturday. Rich Sunday night dinners. How can you stop the pounds from creeping on?
You want to be the picture of health on your wedding day. That means glowing skin, plenty of energy and a slim figure. Deprivation diets aren't the way to achieve that. Start eating healthfully now, and you'll feel as fabulous as you look!