It's not just a slogan for Pringle's; it's a truism for anyone who has thought that they would have just one chip, only to down the entire bag.
Swedish researchers are suggesting that incorporating fish into a child's diet before the age of 12 may help prevent allergic diseases.
We all know potato chips are unhealthy, but it turns out they're not just fuelling obesity and heart disease epidemics, but chips have also been linked to developmental problems in unborn babies, hyperactivity in children and potentially cancer in adults.
Higher levels of mercury exposure in young adults have been linked to 65 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes later in life.
Onions support brain and heart health, strengthen bones, aid digestion and even help reduce the risk of cancer.
Eating fish or seafood twice a week may be the secret to longer life, a new study reveals.
British researchers found that men eat less fruit and vegetables than their children. The survey found that while pre-school children eat an average of 12 different types of fruit and vegetables each week, the average man only eats half of that.
Chewing gum can actually cause you to gain more weight, according to new research.
New research reveals more reason to eat more fiber. Besides preventing constipation, weight gain and lowering the risk of diabetes, scientists found that dietary fiber in foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains may also decrease the risk of first-time stroke.
Researchers found that a commonly prescribed type 2 diabetes drug may actually significantly lengthen lifespan.
Children who are overweight have a greater risk of heart disease, diabetes and premature death.
Having a steak and eggs breakfast could help you loose weight by reducing your appetite at night, according to a new study.
Many children are picky eaters.
New research suggests an overwhelming 75 percent of the world's population consumes twice the daily recommended amount of salt.
It seems that what’s good for the heart is good for the fight against cancer.