Analysts looked at 5,427 fast food meal options and found that only 33 of them could be considered healthy.
People with lower educations levels tend to eat more junk food, according to a new study.
Researchers found that snacking on almonds can lead to reduced hunger.
Memory problems in middle age may be a result of high amounts of abdominal fat suggests a recent study, which takes a further look at the control of fat metabolism in the liver and the hippocampus, a center of the brain that controls memory and learning.
Researchers found that using the fat label can be very destructive, especially for white teenage girls.
Fast food giant Burger King introduced a fewer-calorie and lower-fat French fry to its US patrons on Tuesday. The company named it “Satisfries”.
Researchers report that fans tend to eat more the Monday after their NFL team lost a game.
In a new UK survey, researchers found that for some people, fulfilling their food cravings resulted in a buzz that could be comparable to a high from drugs.
Researchers found that aerobic exercise could prevent erectile dysfunction that occurs from consuming a Western diet high in fat and added sugars.
Researchers report that drinking coffee or tea can help promote a healthy liver.
Sprinkling a little spice to meals could help people lose weight, according to new research.
Researchers found more evidence tying a poor diet high in fat and sugar to increasing one's risk of colorectal cancer.
Researchers found that people born with the high risk obesity gene had more pleasure eating and looking at high-fat foods.
A Harvard Professor of Pediatrics, David Ludwig, MD published a report discouraging children from drinking reduced-fat milk because this product contains a lot of sugar. He recommends children get their calcium from vegetables and nuts.
South Asians may have to exercise more to increase their fitness level and reduce their diabetes risk, according to a new study.
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