All About Habits
Are you stressed out? Is it hard for you to lose weight? Is there excess fat hanging around in your belly area?
A new study found that a low BMI and high body fat percentage (not just high BMI) are independently associated with increased mortality in both men and women.
A recent study has revealed that using BMI to gauge health has incorrectly labeled an estimated 74,936,678 adults as healthy or unhealthy.
You have a lot to gain and nothing to lose (except perhaps some extra body fat) by reducing or eliminating added sugars from your diet. Here’s how to do it.
Evidence that sugar is damaging to health continues to accumulate. Here’s an overview of what research has discovered so far.
Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages every day is associated with an increase in a particularly nasty type of body fat that has been linked with diabetes, heart disease risk, and a multitude of other health issues.
Researchers compared studies on trans fats and saturated fats and found that one is far more likely to kill you than the other.
We’ve long known that soda isn’t good for health. But it isn’t the only nutritional bad beverage to avoid. All kinds of sugary drinks can increase your risk of Type 2 diabetes – even if you are not obese.
Do you have insom-nom-nom-nom-nia? Here’s why, and how to handle those late night bingefest urges.
Why do you keep failing at your weight loss efforts? New research says your brains is to blame. Here’s what to do about it.