Eating a large breakfast, while enjoying lighter lunches and dinners, may be your ticket to better health and faster weight loss, a new meta-analysis suggests. Have we been doing eating all wrong, even when we generally choose healthy foods?
You've heard that you shouldn't go grocery shopping on an empty stomach, but how else does being hungry affect your decision making abilities? New research offers fascinating, and slightly frightening, insights.
July is National Watermelon Month. Here, we find out why melon is a superfood that could help you sleep, fight the flab, and even protect against cancer.
Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance found in many products which are consumed by humans. The effect of caffeine on the nervous system has been found to be similar to that caused by certain illicit drugs.
During a recent study, it was found that consumption of too much fructose during pregnancy can lead to adverse health outcomes in the fetus and can also lead to placental defects.
Nectarine offers amazing health benefits, but it's still in the shadow of its fuzzy sibling – peach.
Being malnourished is "the new normal", according to the 2016 Global Nutrition Report, in no small measure due to rapidly rising obesity levels.
New to being veggie or semi-veggie? Coming up with new meal ideas can be tough! Here are some protein-rich salad ideas to keep things interesting.
Bacon is one of the most controversial food items and topics out there lately. People seem to have a love-hate relationship with it. The WHO claims it causes cancer, and LCHF dieters swear by it. We find the truth to be somewhere in between.
There are many health benefits of proteins which exist and more information needs to be supplied to the layman regarding this. The role of proteins is not understood by many and this needs to be addressed.