If you’re dieting, you probably won’t be celebrating today because it’s is National Junk Food Day.
Women wanting to get a celebrity figure but trying to avoid going under the knife are opting for something else that they claim does not “waist” their time.
As the saying goes “You are what you eat.” Now the latest diet craze is taking that to heart. People are cutting entire food groups from their diets to cure a variety of ailments, often without checking with health professionals.
Joe Cross loves his fruits and vegetables so much so he’s made a career out of it. He wrote a book called Reboot, which is all about juicing.
Eating chocolate to lose weight sounds like a dream come true for anyone trying to lose a few pounds.
With New Year’s just around the corner, you’re ready to be fitter, trimmer, and healthier. These great books from Simon & Schuster will help you kick off 2014 the right way—and stick to your health resolutions this year.
The next time you take a trip to the grocery store, look around; you may be surprised by the number of products that feature added protein.
Eating right is largely regarded as an important part of staying healthy, but research reveals that gender might play a role in what you should be including in your diet. In other words, what’s beneficial for men might not be beneficial for women and vice versa.
Do you feel tired all the time, despite getting sleep at night? Getting your energy back could be simpler than you think. That’s because certain nutrient-rich foods can help fight fatigue and even give you energy to spare.
What if something as simple as changing the color of your plate helped you lose weight? Or if clenching a fist put an end to a fattening craving? Turns out there are ways to trick ourselves into better health.