Obesity is now linked with an increased risk of as many as thirteen types of cancer. Thirteen!
If you are watching your weight or trying to get more vitamins and nutrients through your diet, salads are probably on your daily menu. But depending on what goes in your bowl, that Big Salad could be the cause of big bloat.
“We’ve been telling women to do this for years, but we don’t really have definitive proof.”
You can’t go to a restaurant or grocery store without seeing a variety of options labeled “gluten-free.” So why is gluten bad for some people?
More than one third of Americans are obese. Another third are overweight, and this statistic is leading to more and more cancer diagnoses.
Ahh, dreams really do come true! Daily chocolate intake is thought to be linked to a reduced risk of diabetes. But before you dive into the bag of bite size peanut butter cups, read on…
Vietnamese, Indian, Thai, Greek, and Chinese cooking all contain ingredients that studies have shown reduce heart disease, some cancers, and even Alzheimer’s.
Our lifestyles of overeating, drive-thru meals, food that is fried and heavy in carbohydrates are threatening our health daily.
Do we need yet another reason to maintain a healthy body weight? It is well known that being overweight or obese raises your risk of diabetes, heart disease and stroke, but there are many studies linking obesity with memory loss.
Being diagnosed with cancer is a life changing event. In an instant everything changes. But should your diet?