A recent study found that logging what you eat may double the number of pounds you lose, especially if you’re a mindless eater.
Organic ketchup is loaded with lycopene, an antioxidant that can lower the risk for cardiovascular disease.
Bizarrely, the blue food dye found in M&Ms and Gatorade could be helpful in reducing damage caused by spine injuries.
Several risk factors you may not have been aware of, from respiratory infections in those with ongoing heart disease to long-term stress of dense traffic.
Eat lean protein for dinner to prevent eating late-night snacks.
Trade your breakfast bagel for 100 percent whole-wheat toast to stay full for longer.
Eating a handful of grapes may prevent your blood vessels from some of the effects of a fatty, fast-food meal.
A new buzz-phrase that seems to be dropped whenever new diet trends are discussed is "gluten-free." What exactly is gluten? And why are so many people cutting it out of their diet?
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