Diet pills, supplements and surgery
Hoodia manufacturers claim the supplement controls appetite, but where's the evidence to back up these claims?
Coconut oil is touted as a weight-loss aid. However, the science isn't clear, and simply adding coconut oil to your diet isn't likely to help you lose weight.
Weight-loss surgery is one part of a treatment plan for weight loss. Learn about the criteria and what is expected of you.
Bitter orange is in some weight-loss supplements. It acts like a stimulant, which sounds promising but has risks.
Caffeine may boost weight loss a tiny bit, but there could be some downsides too.
Protein shakes aren't a magic bullet for weight loss. Here's why.
Proponents tout apple cider vinegar as a weight-loss aid, but there's little proof that it works.
Cortisol blockers claim to help with weight loss, but do they deliver? The evidence is slim at best.
Ear stapling isn't an effective weight-loss strategy.
Vitamin B-12 injections — A weight-loss shot sounds appealing, but does it work?