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See how cardio and resistance training can help counteract the negative effects of too much sugar.
Addicted to the sweet stuff? Break your habit in less than a week.
The season’s sugary goodies can wreak havoc not just on your waistline—but your mind.
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?
Overcome the urge to inhale a batch of cookies with these 3 no-sweat strategies.
Scary new cancer stats are likely to get you up and off your butt more often during the day.
That's the philosophy Coca-Cola seems to be going for with its new ad. Here's why it's not so simple.
Don’t worry if you overdid it this Memorial Day weekend. This easy plan will give your body all it needs to rebalance.
Nutritionist Cynthia Sass reveals why the proposed soda tax won’t work and what we can do instead.
Sugar is bad, but could it be killing you? One doctor takes the sugar-is-bad-for-you argument a step further by asserting that it's toxic. Find out more here.
You don’t need to eliminate it all if you know what you’re doing! Learn three easy ways to cut back on major sources of sugar while still keeping some of the sweet stuff in your diet.
Our Diet Doctor takes on the controversial topic in this week's column.
Find out just what sugar does to your body—you will be shocked!
The debate has been raging for years and the experts can’t agree. Find out how high fructose corn syrup is made and how the body processes it compared to sugar and decide for yourself.
The best, worst, and weirdest diet and exercise fads from the past year.
It may seem hard, but there are simple steps you can take to help reverse the fast-growing trend of obesity in the United States.
Nutrition expert Mike Roussell, PhD, weighs in about whether it's best to use natural or artificial sweeteners.