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You may have heard about a new study testing the popular diet’s effects on hunger. Here’s what you really need to know if you decide to “eat like our ancestors.”
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Despite a new study saying the amount of resveratrol from your diet isn’t beneficial, there are reasons to keep drinking and eating.
A new study says yes. Our Weight Loss Coach says hold on! Get her full take on between-meal eating.
The latest book for this high-protein diet promises to help you find your “true” weight, but our Weight Loss Coach is skeptical.
New research suggests that picking a frozen dinner rather than fast food may help you eat healthier all day.
If you’re trying to slim down for summer, this odd trick may help you lose weight, research suggests.
Snack smart: Whether you pick a crunchy or creamy food may make you eat less without even meaning to!
Products with added sugar or corn syrup should be labeled, the FDA is saying. For now, here’s how to tell if your honey is pure.
Techies are working on a program that will estimate how many calories are on your plate, but will it be any improvement over the apps already out there?
A new study says ditching salty foods may not protect you from heart troubles, but experts are wary.
Some people are comparing this trendy new drink to the tropical one, but they’re very different—yet both are worth trying.
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