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When Gaining is Good
Gaining weight as you age can help you live longer. Your initial weight matters, of course, and that's bad news for certain young adults.
Low-Carb and Low-Fat Diets Put to the Test
Scientists had people eat a low-carb, Keto diet and a low-fat diet each for two weeks. One was a clear weight-loss winner. Can you guess?
Skipping Meals’ Disappointing Results
If you're skipping meals in an effort to lose weight, think again. Bypassing this meal in particular is likely to be counterproductive.
Fit and Fat? Not Really
Exercise is good for you, but it can't counteract the bad effects excess weight has on your body. You also need to watch what you eat.
Right Tax, Wrong Message
Taxes on sweetened beverages do reduce consumption, but when the message is about revenue, not health, the push-back can doom them.
Crafting Resolutions You Can Keep
Research on motivation offers some useful tips for ways to pursue your goals for the New Year without becoming discouraged.
Know the Sugars in Your Sugar
Not all sugar is the same. Eating some sugars stimulate our bodies to signal that we are full; others trigger a craving to eat more.
Dried Fruits Deliver
Good fruit is hard to find in the winter. Dried fruit supplies the same fiber and nutrients as fresh fruit does. Cue the fruitcake.
Neighborhood Stores and Childhood Obesity
The kinds of food outlets serving a community have a big effect on child obesity rates, especially in low income neighborhoods.
Eat the Clock
Time-restricted eating is a popular diet trend right now. But does when you eat really make a difference?
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