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Healthy peanut butter and turkey burgers aren’t doing you any favors. Find out when to stick to the originals.
Scary news: Some of your favorite restaurant meals are serving up three times the amount of fat you should have in a day!
Find out how to tell if your sudden urge for something sweet is worth fighting or feeding.
Experts share how to read between the lines to distinguish the good, the bad, and completely unhealthy items at a restaurant.
From cupcakes to macarons to the Dunkin' Donuts Croissant donut, here's how to not fall under the sugary spell of these unhealthy, yet trendy treats.
From stabilizing your blood sugar levels to fighting heart disease, these "forbidden" foods actually pack serious health and nutrition benefits.
Soda taxes got the vote during yesterday's midterm election. Here are more unhealthy snacks we'd like to see on the next ballot.
A new viral prank video says probably not.
A new study says you can have that donut—and be satisfied with less than you think!
Even dietitians will ignore their own advice and chow down on their favorite treats—and with their tips, you can too!
The saying goes that "you are what you eat." And, according to new research, if you eat a lot of fast food, what you are might be depressed.
They have more calories than you think!
The fast-food chain Jack in the Box is capitalizing on the nation's current bacon craze and selling a Bacon Shake as a limited-edition item on its menu.
Twitter's 2011 "Year in Review" reveals a fascination with unhealthy food. Our nutritionist explains why.
Does it ever seem like your willpower to say no to eating unhealthy treats like chocolate cake and junk food is easier some times than other times? Blame — or credit — your brain, a new study says.
We all know that sugary soft drinks are full of empty calories. Now, a new study suggests that just two sodas per day increases your chance of developing heart disease, even if you don't gain weight.
Don’t be fooled by misleading health food.
Denmark has become the first country to issue a so-called 'Fat Tax' to encourage healthy eating. Just like alcohol and tobacco is taxed, Denmark will place a tax on foods containing more than 2.3 percent saturated fat.
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