New research shows that if you don’t get the sleep you need, your risk for obesity goes up.
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 estimated annual cost of obesity is $147 billion but the price on our overall health is even greater.
In many people who do not drink alcohol or drink very little there is a condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
A study out of Columbia University found those who followed the Mediterranean diet had a 68% reduction in developing Alzheimer’s.
We are a nation on the run, but unfortunately not a nation that runs or even walks much. We are on the run in our cars to a large extent and we don’t often exercise or eat right.
When you see the word “organic” on a food label, what it means and what it says to you are apparently two different things.
According to a report, a diet consisting of fruits and vegetables and soy is an excellent defense against cancer.
Several years ago the American Medical Association took a strong stand warning people about the dangers of too much salt and excessive sugar in the diet. Sadly, things have not changed very much since that time.
Most of us use many visual and auditory cues to make crucial decisions. A perfect example is when it comes to diet.
It may just be one of the biggest reasons for people putting on unwanted weight – not enough time to eat and eating on the run.
It’s well known that there’s a relationship between our emotional state and eating behavior. Now researchers are using technology to try figure out why.
It’s a wake-up-call about living longer, healthier lives.