How Salad Can Make Us Fat - The New York Times
Orthorexia is defined as an obsession with healthy foods. In the age of raw food diets and Instagramming each of your meals as you #eatclean, it's becoming increasingly common—and dangerous.
Most people know about common food allergies and intolerances like nuts and shellfish. But did you know that some people have severe reactions to garlic as well?
It's good that people are more demanding, but the epidemic of food intolerance has gone way over the top.
In 2011 Weight Watchers went through a major revision of their Points plan, calling it now Points Plus. How does it work - and does it have serious flaws for some people?
Amid the rise of the fall out of gluten, there is a growing sense, largely from those who are actually studying the physiological effects of the protein, that people are being a little ridiculous.
It seems as though every year Weight Watchers changes something else about their plan! Here's a summary of what changed in 2012 - following the major shift to the PointsPlus system the year before.
What's new for Weight Watchers in 2013? This article examines the changes that are part of their 360 Plan.
A new study has found that only one-third of people diagnosed with gluten sensitivity actually experience adverse side effects from gluten intake, adding further weight to the growing suspicion among scientists that gluten intolerance isn’t...
What are some simple ways to save money at the grocery store, while not sacrificing good eating? Here are some of my tips and tricks.
No, red meat is not just as bad as smoking.
Could diet soda actually be making you gain weight? Before you grab another can of "zero calorie" soda, consider the conflicting evidence and potential hazards.