U.S. News & World Report ranks popular diets. The analysis puts hard numbers on the common-sense belief that no diet is ideal for everybody. See which diets came out on top in the nine different ranking lists.
Just because diets were popular in Google’s search engine doesn’t mean all the searchers actually tried them. An expert weighs in on the 10 most Googled diets of 2015.
WASHINGTON — Swimsuit season is right around the corner. And that means it is prime time for dieters — and diet fads. There have been a lot of them over the years, from Paleo to…
(NEW YORK) — A new study indicates that a predominantly vegetarian diet may be associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer. Researchers looked at 77,000 participants and found that women and non-blacks were less…
The answer probably isn\’t one you want to know.
A diet low in carbohydrates is a popular weight-loss tactic, but
a new study is examining if bailing on bread is the best move for your whole body.
U.S. News & World Report ranks the best and worst diet plans.
A new study suggests that a diet based on healthy
carbohydrates provides the best chance of dropping
pounds without side effects.
Not all foods are digested equally. Some, like those high in fat, are hard to break down and can easily upset any stomach. Fortunately, there are healthy and tasty options that can help your digestive system stay on track.
It\’s D.C. Restaurant week and there are lot of great deals in the area. But trying new recipes doesn\’t mean breaking the calorie bank. Just follow a few simple tips when you sit down to eat.
New Year resolutions are quickly waning for many people who just two weeks were dead set on quitting cigarettes, exercising more or eating better.
You know fast food isn\’t the greatest on your waistline, but it could be having a negative impact on your brain.
Starting a workout program in 2012 is a great idea if you\’re trying to slim down, but it could be a waste of time if you neglect something else.