Heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, but there are things you can do to prevent it from developing in the first place.
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The premise is that by looking at pictures of foods you love over and over again, you will end up eating less of them.
“What it essentially means is that someone is obsessed with eating only healthy food that they consider to be pure.”
A growing number of people are eliminating entire food groups, seeing only negative qualities in things like dairy, eggs, meats, grains, and fats.
The commercials for weight loss and exercise equipment started right after Christmas this year.
If you have heart disease, the foods you eat can help prevent a recurrence, according to a new study.
It’s the time of year for resolutions and if weight loss is making your New Year’s list, you might want to tell your friends.
Renowned biochemist, Dr. Barbara Corkey of the Boston University School of Medicine, is trying to get to the bottom of what makes people put on weight.
Consumer advocates created the “Leanwashing Index” so people can help one another sort through the marketing clutter.