Bell bottoms, big hair and T-shirts that change color when you touch them. Just as fashion goes in and out of style, so do diets.
Regardless of their diet, older adults are still at risk for obesity-related health concerns, as heart disease and hypertension, according to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, from Pennsylvania State University, in University Park, Pa.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be difficult. Local businesses make it easier to choose better eating habits, and interest in their life changing programs continues to grow.
So, once again, you resolve to lose weight for the New Year. There's an app for that; or, rather, more apps.
As guests descend on your holiday party, are you prepared for the growing list of food allergies, dietary demands and menu requirements?
Peel away the processed foods and dietary supplements. Advocates say a key to mental clarity and a healthier life lies in going raw. And more stores and classes are catering to the raw foods clientele.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
With the abundance of rich, fatty foods available during the fall and winter months, it's important to have a strategy for continuing one's healthy eating plan, health experts say.
With all the ads, the quick fixes, the high-protein/no-carb routines, the meds, the operations, the no-fat, low-fat, over-the counter claims, the high-profile testimonials, the health clubs, the prescription pads and the low-calorie starvation diets, what's a dieter to think . . . let alone do?
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