Shares Nov 26, 2015 03:06 AM EST
If you want to lose weight, but don't want to count calories, try counting bites
Shares Nov 20, 2015 10:30 PM EST
Scrap the diet plan for a while. Based on a new large study, there’s no single diet that will work as people’s responses to food can significantly vary.
Shares Nov 12, 2015 06:26 PM EST
The rate of obesity is still rising among United States adults. Women have now overtaken men in number who are classified as obese, according to the report.
Shares Nov 12, 2015 02:23 AM EST
Being of normal weight but having a beer belly is bad for you. Carrying fat around the middle of your body greatly increases your risk for heart disease and death
Shares Nov 09, 2015 10:52 PM EST
A new study suggests that when it comes to obesity, it’s not about your BMI but rather where and how much fat accumulates in the area.
Shares Nov 08, 2015 06:37 PM EST
The University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver is giving back $1 million it received from the Coca-Cola Co. The money had been given tto help create the Global Energy Balance Network, an organization that had the stated purpose of advocating for good …
Shares Nov 07, 2015 09:27 PM EST
Are you having a hard time stopping yourself from having another bowl of ice cream? The reason may be in you genes. A group of UK researchers have revealed that a person’s love for high-fat food may already be hardwired in the brain.
Shares Nov 07, 2015 03:10 AM EST
Nearly half of American women gain more than the recommended amount of weight during their pregnancies. Only about one third gain the recommended amount of weight.
Shares Oct 31, 2015 11:43 PM EDT
Researchers say that people who eat food in moderation actually have lower diet quality and worse metabolic health than people who eat a small number of healthy foods.
Shares Oct 31, 2015 12:06 PM EDT
New research finds that low-fat diets were no better than higher-fat interventions in achieving and maintaining weight loss for periods longer than one year.
Shares Oct 31, 2015 11:47 AM EDT
Eating more food high in soluble fiber may help prevent metabolic disease and obesity, according to new research.
Shares Oct 30, 2015 03:43 AM EDT
Researchers at King’s College London in the UK have designed a novel test that can identify people who get old very quickly and are at high risk of age-related brain diseases.
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