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.
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 USDA recently claimed that current pesticides levels on food are safe, and that we should continue eating food coated with toxic chemicals.
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.
Scientists have found the green superfood chlorella to be a powerful tool for weight loss and many other aspects of good health.
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.
The EU determined that being ‘too fat’ can be considered a disability – in certain circumstances. Obesity hindering job performance will be a disability.
Here is an honest Coke commercial, explaining how Coca-Cola’s products promote obesity and disease, and how everyone would be better off without them.
Obesity rates are rising, leading to a whole host of other diseases. One report says obesity is responsible for nearly 500,000 cancer cases annually.
A recent study found that, overall, being inactive is the greatest contributing factor in heart disease risk. You must exercise to keep your heart healthy.
Multiple studies suggest that moderate use of marijuana can actually lessen the probability that someone will be obese. Surprising?
One food revolution which deserves more focus is the way we feed our children. There a thousand ways to get involved. You can help change the future.
While everyone wants to count calories to lose weight, too many individuals overlook an important aspect to keeping fit and vital – toxic chemical overload.
Thanks to various nutrients, and phytochemicals such as lycopene, a diet rich in tomatoes may be able to reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.
An extensive review compiled the ‘best research’ on turmeric and outlined the proven benefits of this ancient spice. Turmeric is truly a miraculous healer.
Research suggests that the presence of bisphenol-A, a toxin found in plastic drink and food containers, could be contributing to the obesity phenomena.