Reducing the amount of sugar that children consume for as little as 9 days is all it takes for youngsters’ health to start improving, a new study says.
Some research shows that the fruit Indian Gooseberry, also known as Amla, helps to decrease blood glucose levels in diabetics and lower cholesterol.
McCormick recently announced plans to release non-GMO vanilla in time for the holidays while propelling to organic and non-GMO standards by 2016.
Wendy’s, McDonald’s, and Gerber have reportedly stated that they will not be switching to the genetically modified, non-browning Arctic Apple!
The World Health Organization is reportedly planning to classify red meat, bacon, sausages and other processed meats as probably carcinogenic to humans.
In addition to weight loss, the ketogenic diet is very useful as a cancer treatment, often alongside other conventional and/or natural therapies.
A major study involving 800,000 Japanese individuals shows that consuming fizzy drinks can “significantly” increase your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Filmmaker Sacha Harland decided to rid his life of all added sugar and alcohol to see how it would affect health. Here is what happened.
Nature is astounding in her repertoire. Here are 10 super weird exotic superfoods you may never have heard of before.
Researchers have found that people who eat a healthy amount of fish have a lower risk of depression, with men seemingly benefiting more than women.
It is time to start breaking out the pumpkins! From promoting vision to protecting your heart, here are 5 pumpkin health benefits.
Beef is out and bison is in. Bison is grass-fed, contains fewer calories, and is a lean, delicious alternative everyone is turning to.
Treated colon cancer patients who drink 4+ cups a day of caffeinated coffee were 52 percent less likely to have had a recurrence of colon cancer.
Researchers are warning that many red wines produced in the U.S. contain arsenic, and that aficionados should limit their intake.
It can be hard to control your food portion sizes, but there are solutions. Here are 5 tips to eat less (but enough) and healthy at the same time.
The notoriously-healthy Mediterranean diet – with a heaping helping of olive oil – has been associated with a decreased risk of breast cancer in a new study.
A BMJ report says the new federal nutrition guidelines recommended by a health expert lack the most recent dietary research and reinforce bad advice.