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
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding the launch of “Children’s Health Magazine”, Rodale Press’ latest magazine endeavour (whose line-up includes Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and Prevention to name a few).
Naturally, we focus on the wonderful benefits of losing weight (fat) – the health boost, the self-confidence, the ability to move around with more ease and less discomfort.
this is my bookI guess it’s an oxymoron like “jumbo shrimp” or “yeah-no.” But to make America’s obesity problems even worse, our own fitness ads have turned against us!
These eight health and fitness trends promise amazing results. Do they work or are they too good to be true?
In our quests for health, longevity, weight loss, happiness, there is no shortage of people willing to take our money.
Do you ever feel like there is too much to worry about when eating healthy?
More and more evidence is emerging that using artificial sweeteners may be something of a false economy.
Eat fish – it’s full of omega-3’s…
Detoxing and cleansing are big business.
Do we really need to drink 8 glasses of water a day to be healthy? Where did this myth originate and how much water do we really require?