The calorie counting system nutritionists use today is more than 100 years old and doesn't take into account cooked vs. uncooked foods. So the calorie counts we see on labels don't really tell the whole story.
When you lose weight, where does it go? Turns out, most of it is exhaled.
When it comes to controlling your weight, WHEN you eat can be as important as WHAT you eat, research shows.
Sure, a spoonful helps the medicine go down, but what else can it do?
Had something with zero calories in it lately? Unless it was water, you haven't. Tara explains why the math is so fuzzy between packaging claims and reality.
Eating a high-fat meal after a stressful day led to calories burning more slowly, reports a new study. Continue reading →
Your tongue can detect all kinds of things -- sweets, sours, salts. But does it know when some high-energy carbs are on the way to your tummy?
Last year, obesity was labeled a disease. But by calling it a disease, is this causing people to consume more high-calorie foods?
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