A new study shows that drinking a single sugary drink daily ups the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes – even in skinny individuals.
The World Health Organization predicts that Ireland will become the most obese nation by the year 2030. Why? Largely due to adopting a Western diet.
The following graphic provides shows how drinking a Coca Cola can have adverse effects on your health, starting with 10 minutes and ending with 60 minutes.
Extended travel time is a risk factor for developing a DVT (deep vein thrombosis,) a blood clot that develops deep in a vein. Here is how to prevent it.
New research has found that less than 1 percent of overweight individuals will be able to reach normal weight for good, and explains a little why.
Is drinking diet soda bad for your health? It has no sugar, calories, fat, or carbohydrates, so you would think it’s fine. But the truth is: it is not.
Research shows that eating two or three servings of resveratrol-rich fruit like berries and grapes can convert ‘bad’ fat into ‘calorie-burning, good fat.’
Here’s a disturbing reality: the average woman in America now weighs as much as the average American male weighed in 1960.
What happens when you give up sugar for an entire year? One women and her family set out to do the challenge, and the results were great.
A recent United Kingdom’s BBC article shockingly reads “Exercise ‘not key to obesity fight,’ but could this really be true? Not even close.
A report indicates that obesity and diabetes rates are most likely to increase when fast food chains are close by. The closer you are, the higher the risk.
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.
Researchers found that for every 30 minutes of lost sleep, obesity risk increased by 17 percent, while risk of insulin resistance elevated by 39 percent.
The sugar industry knew their products would cause dental and health issues since the 1950’s, but they worked with our government to keep this a secret.
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.