Diets advertise thinness, yet eating healthfully offers so much more than a tenuous bikini body. "Emotional eating" is a popular term used to describe eating that is influenced by emotions both positive and negative.
In the hope of getting to the basic truth about the best way to optimize health, I have spent several years immersed in the world of health and fitness. What I found was a sea of myths and misinformation. Here are a few of my favorites:
A few weeks ago we got a copy of a book called "The Drunk Diet" in the mail. So we did what any rational literary journalists would do and met up with author Luc Carl to get drunk and discuss dieting, marathon training and Brett Michaels.