In a society driven by commercial consumerism, it is no surprise that fad diets compete with one another for popularity. But which diets actually work, and why?
The calories-in-calories-out myth has become woefully outdated. Calories do count, but where they come from matters far more.
Sugar is linked to diabetes, obesity, cancer, ADHD, and much more... but who cares when you can have a cupcake on every corner?
Cheerios cereal has been around since 1941. Recently, General Mills decided to remove GMOs from the list of ingredients. Is this a turning point in the fight over genetically modified food or a marketing ploy?
A recent study shows people who drink diet soda actually have a greater chance of becoming overweight than regular soda drinkers!
A new study shows the sweet stuff actually causes cancer cells to grow and spread more aggressively.
A lawsuit against Coca-Cola’s Vitaminwater shows why the ability to decipher food labels is a must.
The many uses of aloe vera are multiplying—could it also change the lives of millions of diabetics?
A version of Coca-Cola made with real cane sugar rather than high-fructose corn syrup has become the beverage of choice among trendy New Yorkers.
Energy drinks send 20,000 people to the emergency room each year. Here's a look at why they could be a serious hazard to your health.
Guzzling diet soda comes with its own set of side effects that may harm your health and contributes to weight gain.
All salts are not equal in terms of origin, chemistry, crystal structure, biological effects—or even flavor!