The CountEat. Calories app helps you keep track of what you’re eating, but rather than being the tedious process it usually is, it uses an estimation approach.
It is very common for people to break their New Year’s resolutions in short order. Don’t be discouraged.
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Most people believe that it is far more expensive to eat healthy but the difference can reportedly be as little as one dollar and fifty cents per day.
Indulging in a big meal, like Thanksgiving, should be a once in a while occurrence – not the first day of many big meals through the holiday season.
The study is looking at the role of diet and how it affects women with early stage breast cancer as they undergo radiation treatment.
With a database of over 3 million foods, the Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker app makes it easy to keep track of what you take in.
Approximately one in six women will have a hip fracture in her lifetime. One in 35 will die from complications related to the break. So, what can you do to reduce the chances it will happen to you?
Americans are swallowing 22 teaspoons each day. A troubling statistic because women should be getting no more than six teaspoons a day, and men, nine.
I don’t know if you have noticed but there is a new battle going on at fast food restaurants. It is a desire to make them healthier with their food choices.
From a lifestyle standpoint there is now little doubt that exercise, a well-balanced diet and stress reduction can play a protective role as we age.
You don’t have to use special facial creams or start the latest fad diet in order to look and feel good. It’s much more simple and less expensive than that.
The Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City set off a firestorm of criticism when it implemented a policy barring fat servers from the bar.
In many people who do not drink alcohol or drink very little there is a condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Each year that a person is obese increases their risk of developing coronary artery disease – often a silent killer.