Contrary to what we were told, research finds that young children who drink whole milk grow up to be slimmer than children who drink skim or low-fat milk.
Research continually shows that diet soda is a weak weight loss tool. In fact, a recent study linked diet soda consumption with an increase in waist lines.
A recent paper suggests that Big Box stores like Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club, as well as restaurants, may be contributing greatly to American’s weight gain.
Scientists in Norway, Hungary, Austria, Ireland, Turkey, and Australia have found that GMOs may promote weight gain in numerous ways – some less obvious.
Does eating fat really make you fat? Recent evidence shows that we have been told a big fat lie, and that eating fat does not cause weight gain or disease.
Anyone can achieve lasting weight loss – here are 5 inspirational examples of well-known celebrities who have lost tons of weight for various reasons.
A new report examining the effects of economic variables on obesity puts some of the blame for increasing waistlines on Walmart supercenters in the US.
The FDA wants you to implant a small ‘anti-obesity’ device deep within your body that shuts down your nerve connection to your stomach. Good idea?
Are you eating avocados every day? If not, you should be! From weight loss to lowering blood pressure, here are 5 reasons to always eat avocados.
Looking at the research and the opinions of top nutrition experts, here are the 5 foods that are making people fat (and most people do not even know).
Are you still trying to decide on the butter vs margarine debate? Don’t. Here are 3 important reasons to make butter a regular part of your diet.
Many “fatty foods” are great for your health, and can actually help you lose weight! Here are 3 foods high in fat, but great for your waistline.
Is butter bad for you, or might this vilified food actually have some value? Here is why butter is better than margarine and may actually boost health.
Taking care of your skin can help you retain a youthful, wrinkle-free appearance throughout the years. Here are 4 ways to reduce wrinkles naturally.
The saturated fats-cause-bad-health dogma is fading, but now it seems a new craze is in town – the gluten-free diet. But is this just another myth?
Are you attracted to low-fat or fat-free foods? It turns out that these foods often contain as much as 25 percent more sugar than the full-fat conterparts.
Which diet is best? According to a study by a highly credentialed medical expert, Dr. David Katz, the best food – is REAL food.