One of your New Year's resolutions involves getting in shape! You're not sure how to proceed and you're thinking about enlisting the services of a personal trainer, however, you're apprehensive as to whether it works or not.
It's the new year which means we're all super committed to eating healthier than we did last year. The only way to stick to this resolution, and set...
I feel like I've tried every diet under the sun, but hands down, the easiest one for me to maintain (and get the best results) is to focus on high pro...
You might be thinking -- curry and cinnamon together? And together with chicken? Trust me, I was thinking the same thing until I tried it for myself.
When you are trying to listen to your body, food peer pressure can be the last straw making you throw in the towel. Here are four important ways to withstand food peer pressure.
The National Academy of Medicine will put together a panel of experts, who perhaps will understand that we need more of the right sort of science--the science of public health rather than biochemical/mechanistic/nutrition--to answer the real question: do we know that issuing these guidelines does more good than harm? If the answer to this question is "No," as I think it is, here's hoping the 2015-2020 version will be the last such set of guidelines issued.
So to help combat the confusing nature of nutrition combined with the emotional manipulation inherent to advertising, here are five pretty basic tools for weeding out the BS:
Don't get away with mere resolutions again this year! Don't make non-specific promises. To be a "closer" and get your results, make really specific promises and tell everyone. You have no idea how powerful this will be.
Many will opine on the right way to recall and celebrate Dr. King's place in the universe. My modest contribution is to suggest we recall and celebrate the universe in which Dr. King, and all the rest of us, have found a place -- and the means by which we know it.
Since about half of all American adults -- 117 million -- have one or more preventable chronic diseases, eating to meet the recommendations set forward in the new dietary guidelines is a good place to start for better health.
Bottom line: Nobody likes to be told what to do. There is no "one size fits all" especially when it comes to health and stress management. Discover what works for you and build more of it into your day.
It is 2016. We know what to do and we know how to do it. India's children, and all children around the world, deserve a chance to grow tall and strong and live healthy and productive lives.
Magic mirror on the wall, should I stop eating junk food once and for all? Yes. And using a mirror might actually help you do so, per a new study.
By embracing and delivering on a commitment to improve nutrition, companies can also open up business opportunities. The costs of not doing so are dire. The food and beverage industry stands at a critical crossroads -- it is time it assumed its rightful place as a catalyst for a healthier world.
As the new year begins, we've all got a variety of resolutions and goals in mind to achieve. About 45 percent of Americans make new years resolution...
Mike Burry, the hedge fund manager featured in the movie The Big Short, anticipated the housing crash by reading loan documents. Similarly, those in the food and agriculture arena predict a massive shift in farming practices by studying the inimical effects of the widely used weedkiller, RoundUp®.
The food and weight battle is real. I know, I spent 12 years struggling with dieting, binging, and losing and gaining the same 60 pounds over and over. As I reflect back on my own journey, here are the five things I wish I'd known five years ago.
Experts say that wraps are oftentimes more processed and higher in calories than two slices of fresh-baked bread. This makes wraps an insane thing to eat, because everyone knows that fresh-baked bread is delicious and wraps taste like wet cardboard.
Fueling your engine every 3-4 hours with real food is essential to your metabolism. You would never allow your car to run on the wrong type of gas or run on empty. Avoid convenience foods and map out your healthy meals and snacks in advance.
The other night at the Golden Globe awards, Sylvester Stallone got the biggest standing ov...