Restaurants all over the country will start labeling their menus with calorie counts on May 5.
Can consuming fewer calories help slow down aging?
Adding extra to your coffee can add up to your calories. Tea drinkers who add flavorings and sugar can get calories added up to their diet too.
Practicing caloric restriction may extend one's life by 18 years, a new study on monkeys suggests.
There are foods that are seem so healthy, but in reality, these foods poses bad effects on health especially to those who needs to lose weight. Here are seven foods that you should never eat.
A recently published study proves that exercising more does not automatically lead to less weight- exercise does help you lose weight but only to a certain point.
The 2016 nutritional guidelines jointly released by US departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services advised Americans to cut back on sugar but softened on cholesterol-rich eggs and coffee.
In order to prevent weight gain during Thanksgiving, here are a few tips.
If you are more inclined towards convenience store staples like chips, soda and candy while traveling, then you must know that these are only little more than empty calories. All it takes is a little planning before and you can have a healthy journey ahead.
Increasing saturated fat intake by two or even three times did not lead to an increase in saturated fat measured in the blood, a new study reported.
Here are three main categories and their keywords to avoid when choosing a restuarant meal.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has launched a website that provides information on more than 80,000 packaged products manufactured from 1,500 brands.
A new publication detailed how using spices and herbs can reduce sodium, calorie and fat intake.
Instead of eating unhealthy snacks within your reach, pack these 7 protein-filled snacks to munch on throughout the day.
Here are 10 different types of people who can ruin your diet.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.