A new study suggests that broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables can help prevent cancer or slow its progression.
The latest research reveals that including fruits and vegetables in a woman’s diet lowers the risk of psychological stress, most especially for middle-aged adults.
Latest research reveals that it is possible to resist one’s cravings to chocolate with the aid of a psychological approach.
A new study shows that natural vitamin C can specifically target and kill cancer stem cells preventing them from spreading.
Dr. Michael Mosley unveiled a new version of the Fast Diet allowing followers to enjoy 200 more calories during fasting days instead of the usual 600.
A diet higher in gluten content is found out to help in lowering the risks of developing type-2 diabetes.
A new study suggests that eating healthier food options can help in reducing gas emissions. The change in our food preference was found to be a contributor in the environment's current state.
Chocolate bars including famous brands such as Kit Kat, Yorkie and Aero will contain 10 percent less sugar by next year according to manufacturer Nestle. Just last year, Nestle said their researchers had made a scientific breakthrough by discovering a way to structure sugar differently so that only 40% less is use.
Food habits rich in fat and sugar are being linked to deaths due to heart disease, strokes, and diabetes in the United States.
According to the latest study, leaning into a Mediterranean diet decreases the risks of breast cancer by 40 percent.
Last May, Kesha took down her own body shamers by posting a bathroom selfie through instagram.
South Africa is planning to implement a sugar tax to be able to halt the country’s growing overweight and its obesity epidemic.
Teenagers who eat poorly will likely to develop early breast cancer or a form of cancer in the future as suggested by experts.
Cheese and other dairy foods may be nutritious but may increase the risk for breast cancer, a new study reveals.
McDonald's, Wendy's A&W and Tim Horton's scored almost 100 percent on their poultry. But Subway scored only 50 percent on their chicken sandwiches, half were mostly soy.