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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.
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Science says changing the ratio of macronutrients we eat throughout our life may help enhance fertility and lifespan.
New study shows exactly how much your late-night TV binges will cost you when it comes to calories.
Learn how to separate fact from fiction and you'll shed the habits that are sabotaging your weight loss efforts.
How pricey is the culinary scene in your hometown?
A new survey of menus digs in to find out who's eating what where—and the weird eating habits, state by state, may surprise you.
Not all fats are created equal! Learn which ones are bad and how they affect you immediately after eating.
Discover the sneaky ways manufacturers cash in on your healthy intentions.
Even if you've expanded your choices to vegetarian options, you've likely never eaten this food for protein.
New research found that our favorite sweet may make you smarter. Here are healthy ways to eat more every day.
It seems impossible, but this meal plan will make it easy to reach your produce needs—and make you happier, to boot.
Despite all the well-known health benefits of coffee, a new study cautions against drinking too much.
Eating meat may have given our brains a boost in evolution
Consumer Reports found arsenic in rice. Learn if it's safe to eat rice and why brown rice may be more dangerous.
New research suggests that adding calorie counts to menus may not help to curb obesity.