Researchers: Cutting Calories May Help Monkeys Live LongerThe research teams that collaborated are from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the National Institute on Aging (NIA).
Can Virtual Reality Technology Fight Obesity?A team of Japanese scientists claim to have invented the perfect way to shed pounds: diet goggles.
More Benefits To High-Fat Mediterranean Diet, New Study SaysAre you avoiding fats in your daily diet? It may be time to stop -- that is, if your daily diet is Mediterranean.
Swapping A Cup Of Joe For A Well-Rounded Diet Will Give You A Boost Of EnergyA well-rounded diet full of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, will give you lasting energy to power through your day.
"Taco Scientists" Create 30-Day Taco CleanseThe group published a book with over 75 vegan recipes for a healthier take on the Mexican favorite.
Research Points To Mental Health Risks Associated With Meatless DietResearch suggests that cutting meat from your diet may harm your mental health.
Tasty Health AppTasty Health not only shows you how to make dishes that are better for you, it also breaks down the carbs, fat and protein, as well as the calories.
Many Advantages To A Low-Fat, Heart-Healthy DietThere are many advantages to a low-fat, heart-healthy diet: it is great for the heart and can help fight diabetes and in addition to that it can also ward off kidney disease.
Healthy Food Choices Made SimpleMost of our food choices are made on impulse. To make healthy foods more convenient, place them where you can see them.
Avoid Stroke By Practicing 5 Healthy BehaviorsHarvard researchers have found that middle-aged people who practice five healthy behaviors lower their stroke risk by about 80%.
Study: Get A Degree Before Getting Hitched To Keep The Weight OffPeople who earn a four-year college degree before they marry are apparently less likely to become obese when compared to those who graduate after getting married.
Multiple Factors Contributing To ObesityThere has been a great deal of talk recently about obesity and all of the contributing factors that we may or may not be aware of.