While everyone wants to count calories to lose weight, too many individuals overlook an important aspect to keeping fit and vital – toxic chemical overload.
Listen to this inspiring story. It’s about a man named Emil Oprisa who weighed 328 pounds, only to lose 125 pounds through exercise and diet.
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.
A recent study indicates that not only could dark chocolate aid in weight loss, but it can prevent type 2 diabetes as well. Eat more (dark) chocolate!
Research suggests weight gain and increased head size during the first month of a baby’s life is absolutely key to its future intellectual development.
A study funded by the American Beverage Association suggests diet soft drinks are even better than water when it comes to losing weight. Could it be true?
A recent study comparing the Paleo diet with a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet determined the ‘cavewoman’ diet was best for weight loss. Is it true?
Research suggests that the presence of bisphenol-A, a toxin found in plastic drink and food containers, could be contributing to the obesity phenomena.