Low-fat diet not only benefits the body, it is also good for one's mental health. A research study in Japan suggests that low-fat dairy consumption lowers the risks of depression.
Recent study revealed that low-fat diets will not be able to help in greater weight loss than high-fat diets that are known to have same amount of calories
Low-fat diets are not superior to higher-fat diets, a new study reported.
A new study reported that type 2 diabetics can benefit greatly if they followed a diet low in carbohydrates.
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.
According to the National Park Service, parks throughout the country must start providing healthier food and drink options for park goers.