New research suggests that cutting sugar improves kids’ health, even if they don’t cut calories or lose weight.
A common food additive found in processed food is linked to obesity, colitis, and metabolic syndrome, according to new research from Georgia State University published in the journal Nature.
Instant noodles are a convenient way to sneak in a quick meal, but they could be harming our health. Read about the study and try these healthier alternatives.
The findings of a new study published In Diabetes Care, a publication of the American Diabetes Association, finds that a meat-free diet is the most effective at reducing diabetes and heart disease when compared to other study groups, including “semi-vegetarians and non-vegetarians.