Those who cycle their dieting—five days on, weekends off—may encounter nearly as much gut damage as non-dieters.
Know what to do—and what not to do—to ensure accurate results.
As the FDA reexamines the claim that soy products may reduce heart disease risk, some scientists say relabeling would be a mistake.
Want healthier chips that are light on salt, loaded with taste? A food dehydrator is your answer.
Propionate, a common additive in breads and baked goods, may trigger a metabolic response linked to obesity and diabetes.
Want to trim down on saturated fat, but still gain protein and nutrients? Develop an eye for leaner cuts and grass-fed varieties.
Cross-training, which mixes various exercises, can help reduce injury and deliver maximum results in weight loss and strength-building.
Cut back on the fat and lighten up those festive meals ... the easy way.
Your food choices make the difference in whether your metabolism "works with you or against you."
But the options are endless for those seeking to pack a punch of flavor, yet lose the fat and carbs.
Most people won't experience any miracles by skipping fat, gluten, carbs or sugar.
Puzzling discovery suggests that certain people may carry traits that protect against the bad effects of high cholesterol in later years.
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