Coffee and caffeine aren’t the same thing and whether coffee makes you run faster and lift heavier could come down to having the right genes.
Whether you go low-carb or low fat, the key to weight loss is getting plenty of good quality fresh fruits and vegetables and whole foods in your daily diet.
People with the highest levels of perfluorinated chemicals in the bodies may find it hard to lose weight and may regain weigh more quickly after weight loss. So how do we avoid them?
Stop eating when you are full; it sounds so simple but studies show that lots of things can distract us from how much we are actually eating.
To preserve nutrition when frying foods like potatoes, according to a new study, your choice of oils matters – and fresh oil is a must.
For women prone to urinary tract infections, drinking an additional 1.5 litres of water a day can be a simple, effective form of prevention.
The low iodine concentration in milk substitutes may mean consumers are at risk of iodine deficiency. Here’s advice on how to get more.
Protecting your brain is a lifelong task and it’s never too early to start. Here’s some tips on keeping your brain healthy as you age.
If you are feeling blue, ‘dancing it out’ – as the girls from Grey’s Anatomy would say – could be an effective form of therapy!
When it comes to shedding those extra kilos, according to Danish researchers, success is less about what you eat and more about who you are at a biological level.
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