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Out with the old excuse: "I'll start my diet on Monday." These daily diet tips will keep you going strong.
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We know junk food is kryptonite for your waistline, but what about your gut?
A new study shows that easy changes can revolutionize the way you eat.
If you're going to take a diet vacation, make it low-fat! A game-changing new study shows the detrimental side effects of indulging in fattening foods.
According to science, there's a reason you're ready to hit the vending machine come 3 p.m.
Science says changing the ratio of macronutrients we eat throughout our life may help enhance fertility and lifespan.
Researchers say it can boost beneficial bacteria in your stomach, but hold off on giving up whole-grain loaves just yet.
Before you overhaul your diet based on these recommendations (no more burgers and beer?!), read what our Weight Loss Coach has to say.
Researchers have ranked 47 fruit and vegetables based on their nutrients—and you’ll be surprised which leafy greens topped kale.
The research doesn’t actually say that zero-calorie cola is better than water, as you may have heard. Here’s the truth!
The same researcher who discovered non-celiac gluten sensitivity now says a new study shows gluten's not the problem.
A new study identifies how much produce you need to lower your risk of stroke, and we have the easy way to fit it all into your diet.
Before you bite into your Red Delicious, check out why our friends overseas think our apples may be unsafe.
Snack smart: Whether you pick a crunchy or creamy food may make you eat less without even meaning to!
A new study shows that hunger can inspire extreme anger in some people, often causing us to lash out at our partners.