Working late-night shifts or eating at the wrong time can increase the risk of metabolic syndrome, obesity, and diabetes.
New research from Vanderbilt University explains why it matters not only what you eat, but also when you eat it.
Whole grain this, and whole grain that.
The ads, the labels, the packaging shout whole grain, but what else is in there, and are these products always better for you?
You have heard of probiotics, often called “friendly bacteria” that are found in foods like yogurt.
Now there is a new term on the horizon—prebiotics.
Today we are honored to feature the first in a series of articles by Keith I. Block, MD an internationally recognized expert in integrative oncology. Dr. Block is currently Director of Integrative Medical Education at the University of Illinois and is the author of Life Over Cancer: The Block Center Program for Integrative Cancer Treatment.
Dieting postmenopausal women who want to avoid losing muscle as they lose fat should pay attention to a new University of Illinois study.
Adding protein throughout the day not only holds hunger pangs at bay so that dieters lose more weight, it keeps body composition—the amount of fat relative to muscle—in better proportion.