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Our diet doctor has the scoop on the latest food trend.
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See how cardio and resistance training can help counteract the negative effects of too much sugar.
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An increasing number of schools nationwide are banning sugary treats from the classroom in an attempt to curb childhood obesity. Necessary evil or does it go too far?
To promote "thigh-thinning construction." We don't think we'll be wearing them, how about you?
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The organization now says to keep added sugars to only 5 percent of your caloric intake. But will this help with obesity?
Before you panic, read this, then learn just how low the new daily sugar recs are. (Spoiler: you’re eating way too much.)
Although HFCS is always in the news, you shouldn't discount the damage the plain version can do too.
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The appointment has some crying foul over conflict of interest. What does this mean for your health and what do you think?
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One brave women shares what it’s like to go sugar-free for a year, plus her tips for cutting back on the sweet stuff without losing it.
Some drinks are great sources of essential nutrients while others are empty calories. See if your favorites pass the test.
Rumor has it sugar depletes your system of vital B vitamins. Our Diet Doctor breaks it down so you can understand the truth.