Now there's another reason to love chocolate. A new study reveals that chocolate can effectively fight obesity-related inflammation.
Google launched its latest search feature that allows users to get instant access to accurate nutritional data for a wide range of foods.
A San Francisco software engineer, Rob Rhinehart believes that his new product, Soylent, a powdered form of food that has all the daily nutrients, can be a game changer for people.
Eating vegetable fats, like those found in avocados, nuts, seeds and olive oil may significantly lengthen the lives of patients with prostate cancer.
Vegetable oil can boost heart health, according to a new study.
Feeding babies lots of fish in their first year of life may protect them from future allergies.
If your kid thinks a Happy Meal is a healthy meal, you may want to reconsider how you watch television.
After evaluating global evidence of malnutrition and its effects on children, researchers state that nutrition must become a global priority.
Researchers suggest that human ancestors munched on grass everyday before switching over to meats.
Vegetarianism has been linked with a variety of health benefits. Previous studies found that vegetarians are less likely to develop heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity and hypertension. Now, a new study has linked vegetarian diets to reduced death rates.
Many diners at fast food restaurants don't know what they're eating and consume far more calories than they think, a new study suggests.
The benefits of marriage may extend surprisingly to matters of health - and the waistline of children.
Researchers report that the label 'healthy' can prompt people to overserve themselves, leading to higher calorie consumption.
The episode made fun of a character who cannot eat gluten.
New research reveals more evidence why people should start switching to the Mediterranean diet. Not only will eating like the Spanish and Italians lower the risk of heart attacks, stroke, asthma and cancer, it can also improve and preserve brainpower more effectively than low-fat diets, according to a new study.