Heather Bauer suggests a healthier alternative to popular detox regimens for loosing weight.
Probiotics, found in some yogurts and other foods, are friendly bacteria that live naturally in our stomach and intestines, keeping us healthy and functioning.
We know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but did you know that what our kids eat for breakfast can have an effect on school performance?
Brown bagging it is not just for school kids anymore. Even if you are heading to the office, you'll certainly eat better if you pack it yourself.
With October here, we have officially entered marathon race season. It's a perfect opportunity to delve into proper eating for athletic training. Even if you're not a star athlete, this information can help with everyday exercise as well.
Our schedules don't always allow us to eat a healthy meal whenever we are hungry. That's where bars come in.
No longer does it take a drive into the country to find fresh, seasonal produce. Farmers Markets selling locally grown fruits and vegetables now can be found in many urban and suburban neighborhoods.
In winter, we tend to hibernate, and as a result many people gain weight. To help combat that reality, it is best to stock a healthy pantry and freezer.
Studies showing Americans reporting more stress and less sleep coincide with us becoming heavier each year. It is no surprise then that recent research has found that both stress and sleep are correlated with weight gain.
With the energy drink market now totaling more than four billion dollars, many Americans are consuming these caffeine laden trendy beverages. But are they really that good for us?
With the release of Alli this past June, diet pills are once again in the spotlight. The claims are appealing: "Lose 30 lbs in 30 days" or "Melt your fat away". But, do these pills really work?
With the plethora of breakfast options out there, it is now difficult to decide what to consume to start your day off right. Here are some following guidelines tol help you select a healthy and filling cereal.
You probably know that trans fats are bad for you. But do you know what makes them bad, and how you can limit the trans fats in your diet? Read our primer for the answers.