Fad diets are popular for weight loss but can be dangerous. We tell you which ones to avoid and why before you waste your time and money.
Diet Myths and Facts
British researchers discovered that people with an FTO gene variation are 70% more likely to become obese.
What really makes a person fat? fat or carbs -or- is it a bit more complicated?
Wrapping yourself up in a plastic bag while you workout definitely will make you sweat, but will that sweating result in getting rid of bums, thighs, upper arms, and tums?
Does eating more help you lose more? Will eating more times a day be the key to weight loss? Here are the answers to those dieting myths.
Two shocking diet tips, one from 1925 and the other from 2013. Have we learned nothing?
The more we eat fructose based foods, the more likely we are to consume more calories. They say the fructose foods are not giving us the feeling of fullness.
If you are guilty of any of these 5 habits then you are subtracting years off of your already short life.
I figured it would be fun to have a recap of all the diet myths we have uncovered, best food ideas, and other helpful tips shared this year on Diet Blog.
Organic does not always mean healthy. Here I will give you the top 10 examples of organic packaged foods that are still junk food.
Avoiding Carbs in the morning for weight loss is a popular theory but is it backed by research and are there better times to restrict carbohydrates?
Lack of sleep can cause your hormones to be out of balanced leading to false hunger. Here’s some ways you can ensure you’re getting enough sleep.