Diet pills, supplements and surgery
Bitter orange is a common ingredient in weight-loss supplements but poses risks because of its stimulant-like effects.
Ear stapling isn't an effective weight-loss strategy.
Despite its health benefits, gastric bypass surgery poses some potential risks. Find out if it might be an option for you.
Protein shakes aren't a magic bullet for weight loss. Here's why.
Do over-the-counter weight-loss pills work? Get the facts about nonprescription diet aids.
Interested in natural diuretics for fluid retention and weight gain? You may be better off watching your diet.
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.
Vitamin B-12 injections — A weight-loss shot sounds appealing, but does it work?
Caffeine may help you lose a little weight, but it also comes with some downsides.