So 67% of Americans are overweight, 37% of those people are obese & diabetes as well as heart disease are both on the rise.
There have been many trends through the years for health enthusiasts, and although many of these ideas are half-baked, every once in a while one comes along that has some teeth to it and can actually legitimately change a person’s life.
When we are eating healthy whole foods with the absence of highly refined carbohydrates, weight gain should not be a problem.
Spring and summer warrant seasonal eating—bright, bursting cherries, fragrant peaches, crisp spinach—since produce is at its ripest. However, most of these fruits and vegetables are also rife with harmful pesticides.
For many baby boomers, it’s an unpleasant irony – the generation that famously said “Never trust anyone over thirty!” is now, itself, experiencing the undeniable signs of cognitive decline due to aging.
If you’re trying to lose a few pounds and unsheathe your abs, you eat a salad. It’s just what you do.
Americans’ affinity for drinking coffee could prove to be a valuable tool in the fight against colon cancer, according to scientists from UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Simmons Cancer Center.
Grilled cheese gets a decadent makeover with creamy, mashed avocado sandwiched between crispy, gluten-free cauliflower bread.
Taking vitamin supplements before, during, and after pregnancy may reduce the risk of autism spectrum disorder and significantly improve the baby’s overall health, according to a study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry.
Several studies have determined the “mechanisms of action” of beets, and findings show that the plant can boost body systems and impact blood pressure, heart health, and cognitive function.