There is no word on if the company will still run through online orders. All stores have been closed nationwide and hundreds of employees have lost their jobs.
Eating homemade meals more frequently can reduce risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study reported.
Instead of trying to follow every diet plan to the tee, here are 10 tips that can help you adjust your eating habits for the better.
Before healthy lunch guidelines were enforced by the USDA, the majority of schools provided meals that would not have met USDA nutrition standards, a new study reported.
Even though this holiday is surrounded by food, it does not mean that you have to be unhealthy. Here are six ways you can stay healthy during the holidays.
Here are three main categories and their keywords to avoid when choosing a restuarant meal.
Did you know there are many varieties of salt that can enliven your meal? Here are a few that you can choose from:
In a new study, researchers found that couples that do not have children were as likely to have family meals as families with children.
People have stressed the importance of eating breakfast. However, growing evidence has suggested that this meal might not affect one's health overall.
According to a new but small study, eating breakfast might not boost weight loss.
Eating a single large meal every day may be better for patients with diabetes, according to a new study.
Breakfast really is the most meal of the day, according to a new study that found that skipping the morning meal could increase the risk of heart disease.
Researchers found that people who drank two cups of water before a meal lost an average of four pounds.
Next time you're at the supermarket picking which fruits and vegetables to buy for your next meal, think about this: they're still alive. While they may not be able to move, a new study reveals that the fruits and vegetables lining grocery store shelves actually respond to light signals and know what time of day it is.
Researchers found that for seniors over 60, walking for 15 minutes after every meal could help regulate blood sugar levels and prevent type II diabetes.
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.