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Case study: The Biggest Loser
Is it impossible to sustain weight loss in the long term?
"Will decades of dieting mean a broken metabolism?" It's a common anxiety.…
Will a high-protein dietharm your health?
The real story on the risks (and rewards) of eating more protein.
Will too much protein damage my kidneys? Cause cancer? Reduce my lifespan?…
Are GMOs bad for your health?
If you're asking this question, you're probably missing the point.
GMOs are such a hot topic nowadays. With so many people debating…
Intermittent Fasting for women:
Important information you need to know.
Some women who try intermittent fasting experience missed periods, metabolic disturbances, and…
Fish oil and omega-3 fats:
How to be safer with your supplements.
Everyone knows that fish oil is awesome. It’s full of omega-3 fatty…
Is your ability to eat carbs determined by your genes?
Ever wonder why some people can eat bushels of bananas without gaining…
Will it really make you fat?
If there’s one piece of nutritional lore that almost everybody believes, it’s…
Older and inflamed? Try exercise
For years, health professionals have assumed that diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and stroke…
Fish oil & prostate cancer:
What does the research really say?
A recent study linking Omega-3s and prostate cancer has caused a media…
Should you balance your fats for better health?
For fifty years, scientists told us that too much saturated fat was…
Cardio vs. weights:
Which is really better for fat loss?
Contrary to recent headlines, aerobic exercise alone is not a recipe for…
Research Review: Does food branding make kids obese?
Food companies spend $10 billion annually on marketing to kids. Research shows…