Health experts warn the so-called “cotton-ball diet” is dangerous and could lead to severe medical problems.
While buying unhealthier foods might save time, and consuming them may feel good in the moment, new research suggests that the practice could be emotionally detrimental in the long run.
According to a new study out of the University of Edinburgh, there may be a newly discovered benefit to limiting one’s food intake – curbing the spread of infectious diseases.
A new study suggests that good eating habits start in the womb.
Looking to lose a few pounds? One way may be to do so might be to eat your meals earlier in the day.
A recent study conducted by scientists in London found that the obese persons of the world are playing an increasingly large role in the rate at which the planet’s finite resources are used.