What Makes Soda So Addictive?Slashing soft drinks from your diet is a quick way to improve your health and lose weight -- that much you probably already know.
Study: Healthy Diet Improves Depression In Young AdultsNot only did eating a healthy diet for three weeks improve depressive symptoms in college-aged young adults, but those who continued the diet for three months kept their improved outlook on life, according to a small randomized trial on diet and depression.
Here's A New 'Report Card' On America's DietAre you a glass half-full sort of person? Well, then, get ready for some good news. You and your fellow Americans are doing a better job of eliminating crummy carbs and sugar from your diet.
Teenage Boy Goes Blind After Existing On Pringles, White Bread And French FriesEating a diet of French fries, Pringles and white bread was enough to make one teenage boy lose his sight, according to a case study published in a medical journal.
Chipotle Adds Keto, Paleo Friendly Items To The Menu Chipotle, eager to promote itself as a healthy choice, tweaked its menu to fit with trendy diet plans.
Mediterranean Diet Named Best For 2019If you're a fan of the Mediterranean diet, get ready to do a victory dance.
How To Navigate The Holidays With Dietary RestrictionsThe holidays may be a time of love and cheer, but there can be a dark side to all that togetherness: diet sabotage.
Common Myths About Bloating, DeflatedHere are some myths, debunked, to give you a better sense of what bloating really is, what it isn't and what you can do about it.
Farm Animals May Soon Get New Features Through Gene EditingCows that can withstand hotter temperatures. Cows born without pesky horns. Pigs that never reach puberty.
Meat-Free Burgers Contain More Salt Than Real BurgersMeat-free burgers contain high levels of salt -- exceeding recommended limits, finds a new survey into the salt content of vegetarian and vegan alternatives to meat.
Study: Yogurts Deceptively High In SugarMost yogurts have deceptively high levels of sugar, with organic yogurts among the worst offenders, a new study warned.