“A lot of people have been asking me how I’ve slimmed down lately so I just wanted to share that I’ve used the Optavia program,” Buddy Valastro shared on Instagram. But what does that mean?
Now, a 2013 landmark study about the Mediterranean diet has been called into question — but experts say the way of eating is still worthy.
Some family members chalk up Lessie Brown’s health to a particular root vegetable: the humble yam, which she ate daily until she was nearly 110.
"Everyone should focus on their goals," says celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser. "Being strong and powerful in our own bodies is the goal."
Medical experts are still mystified about what exactly causes an autoimmune disease. But now, fascinating new research shows that your gut bacteria may play an important role.
We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we had a feeling you saw this coming. How many calories are in a Shamrock Shake? It isn't the healthiest.
A new study from the CDC found that obesity numbers in the U.S. have increased — despite rising levels of exercise. Why diet needs to be a key part of the conversation.
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A pediatric nutritionist responds to McDonald's plans to cut cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meals and introduce new calorie limits.
Meghan Markle may have failed us on the s'mores front (remember when Harry claimed he's never tasted the camping staple?), but we're hoping she turns Pippa Middleton around.
She may be Duchess Kate's little sister, but Pippa Middleton gets her fair share of time in the spotlight. One reason? Her toned physique—we'll never forget the headlines after William and Kate's wedding when Pippa's infamous derrière was the talk of the town (or the world). Yes, Pippa clearly has good genes, but diet also plays a key role in her fabulous figure, so of course we want to know what she's eating, and isn't eating. So when the 34-year-old dished to ...
Brigitte Zeitlin, M.P.H., R.D., C.D.N., founder of the New York-based BZ Nutrition, tells SELF that it's one that's filled with the right balance of protein, complex carbs, fiber, and healthy fat. The protein is especially key, Zeitlin explains. "It also keeps you feeling full and satiated, so you won't feel the need to eat again too soon." Basically, eating enough protein for breakfast will ensure you don't wind up hungry again before it's time for lunch.
Here's an amazing recipe for delicious, chocolatey brownies using an unexpected ingredient (minus the excess fat and uncomfortable bloating).
Your body processes calories from certain foods differently, depending on whether or not the food (and its ingredients) are nutrient-rich or nutrient-poor.