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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.
A bold new PSA points a finger right at mom. Here, how much of your weight is determined by your environment.
The latest studies make it even more confusing to know how much salt is optimal for your health. Learn whether you should ditch the shaker or use a heavier hand.
According to a new study, the controversial flavor enhancer may help suppress appetite. Before you order Chinese, read our expert’s take!
New research may bring us one step closer to developing the best treatment to help women successfully lose weight.
Does a mid-morning snack help or hurt your weight-loss goals? Turns out that when you snack might affect your weight loss more than what you eat.
Nuts have always been known to be a nutritional power food, but new research suggests they may lessen feelings of hunger too and help you to feel happier.
Studies have found that people who eat more slowly eat less overall than people who gobble down their food. Follow this simple nutritionist-approved tip to help you eat more slowly and savor your food.
Is seaweed the hot new superfood? Nutritionist Cynthia Sass weighs in.
We all know to check the nutrition facts label on the foods we eat. And many of us do. But are we really reading and understanding them?
Most of us are used to flipping a food package over and taking a look-see at the nutrition label, but that might change with the new points-based food system Congress recommends.
Will eating more protein help you torch more calories and lose weight quicker? Here's our nutritionist's take.
Exciting news for those with peanut allergies! Researchers are saying that they have found a possible cure!
After attending a large food and nutrition expo, Cynthia Sass and other top nutritionists share their best healthy living tips and advice.