In the age-old battle between low-fat and low-carb dieting for weight loss, a new study declares low-carbs the winner.
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.
Ancient Paleolithic people in Spain ate snails as part of their regular diet, new research suggests.
What's the hot new food "thing"? Buttered coffee, that's what. Or, that's the idea anyway. Tara has the skinny on a new brew that some think holds promise as a weight-loss and well-being beverage.
The "clean-plate" club, which is supposed to be a kids-only crowd, actually has lots of adults in its membership, as Tara Long explains.
Is the oganics food section in your grocery store occupying more and more space? That's because we have a bona fide trend in place, as people go organic. It really does do a body good to go the organic route. Laci Green explains why.
Forget your genes and upbringing: the bottom line is if your blood sugar is low, your brain will direct you to eat.
From cinnamon to thyme to rosemary, some of your favorite spices could offer more to your day than just a nice bit of flavor.
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