For those who are watching their waistlines and trying to lose weight, the holiday season can be some of the most stressful times.
The new lifestyle recommendations call for eating a heart-healthy diet and being physically active.
Can your kids’ diet make a difference in how they perform at school? Some experts say yes.
A large new study from Sweden finds eating fewer than five servings of fruit and vegetables a day is linked with a higher chance of dying early.
A review of existing research finds people who get more fiber in their diets are less likely to have a stroke, compared to people who get less.
More and more people are finding themselves forced to make ends meet with an income that’s been drastically cut or that just isn’t keeping pace with the demands of raising a family. This often means reaching for foods that may not be as nutritionally sound as they should be.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport has been ranked as the third healthiest airport in the nation, accorind to the 2012 Airport Food Review.
Forget Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers. This holiday season, it’s all about the faith-based diet — and one metro Detroit synagogue is the first in the world to tackle obesity at the holy level.
Will a $1 McDouble be as tasty when consumers know what it costs nutritionally? The chain is betting on it.
A college basketball coach is embarking on a 30-day fast, all in the name of cancer.