Why do Americans eat so much more now compared to in previous decades?
Mainstream nutrition can’t stop telling lies that may lead you straight to obesity and disease. Here’s a look at some seriously bad advice that’s been completely refuted by science.
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You probably thought getting fat was all about genetics and eating junk food. Wrong! It’s also about 80,000 industrial chemicals. Learn the top ones to avoid.
Let’s quit accepting who we are and focus on the possibility of who we can be – by dispelling three myths of modern nutrition, starting with the low-fat diet.
We’ve been fed misinformation and outright lies about when it comes to weight loss, and we’ve swallowed them hook, line and sinker.
Those endless varieties of ice cream flavors and gourmet bakery pastries might be making you fat in ways you haven’t imagined.
Ever wonder why the chocolate coating on candy and protein bars doesn’t melt? The answer could break your heart.
Food industry giants tried to hold a secret meeting on how to avoid blame for America’s obesity epidemic. They failed spectacularly, giving us an inside look at their twisted minds and motives.
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After years of piling it on, Americans are now eating less fast food and fewer calories overall. But if that’s the case—why are obesity rates still sky high?
Macho features have long been touted as an evolutionary asset that women look for in a man. But new research suggests there’s a much more powerful driver of attraction at play.
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Can’t get rid of that extra belly fat no matter how hard you try? It may be caused by wheat belly, pro-inflammatory visceral fat that promotes disease. Learn how to heal the gut and prevent inflammation caused by belly fat.
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