Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that men who skip breakfast have a 27% greater risk of having a heart attack.
British researchers discovered that people with an FTO gene variation are 70% more likely to become obese.
New research out of Griffith University in Australia is finding that coffee is an effective appetite suppressant among their study participants.
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Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) should be eating a diet rich in soluble fiber, a new study suggests.
The New York Times published a piece on various scented “weight loss” or “appetite suppressant” products this week: A Slimmer You May Be a Whiff Away.
Despite all we know about obesity, high fat diets, and processed foods, we are eating more fast food than ever. Who eats the most and how can we cut back?
Researchers have found that taking up exercising during middle age (in your 50s) can prolong your life as much as quitting smoking does.
If you’ve taken your dieting advice from pop diet book authors in recent years, you’d think that calories are not important or at least of secondary importance when it comes to battling the bulge.
No, it’s not just your imagination: men eat more meat than women do.