Ever feel like you can’t eat just one (or one bite of) certain processed junk foods? Learn how these foods can hijack your brain chemistry and leave you wanting more, and how to break the cycle of overeating them.
The scale can be a helpful tool in your health journey. Find out when and how to weigh yourself to get accurate and helpful info.
A registered dietitian explains the benefits of honey and what you need to know about different types of honey, including Manuka honey.
Hoping to get rid of stubborn fat on your abdomen, thighs or elsewhere without surgery? Find out about noninvasive body-sculpting options, including a fat freezing technique.
Learn the benefits of magnesium, how much you really need, which foods are good sources of it and whether you should consider a magnesium supplement.
Apple cider vinegar has been used for centuries for this or that. But does it actually work for weight loss? A registered dietitian weighs in.
Does adding butter and oil to your morning coffee really pack the health punch proponents claim it does?
When is picky eating something more serious? If it’s extreme, it may be ARFID. This eating disorder requires a picky eating intervention.
Some diets shun nightshade vegetables (like tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and bell peppers), but research hasn’t concluded that they’re harmful. Here’s what a dietitian thinks.
In response to the obesity epidemic, obesity medicine has emerged to address the many factors that contribute to obesity and help patients meet their goals. Learn more from an obesity medicine specialist.