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You Don’t Want Fries With That

You Don’t Want Fries With That

French fries might be derived from potatoes but they’re no substitute for green leafy vegetables, nutritionists say.
The scientific case for eating bread

The scientific case for eating bread

Bread has long been a foundational part of the human diet, but a revolt against it has been building for years—and seems to be reaching…
Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?

Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?

Members of the Hadza tribe in Tanzania on a zebra hunt.
Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?

Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?

Members of the Hadza tribe in Tanzania on a zebra hunt.
Healbe claims its GoBe 3 wearable can track calories through the skin with up to 89% accuracy

Healbe claims its GoBe 3 wearable can track calories through the skin with up to 89% accuracy

Healbe claims its new wearable -- the GoBe3 -- can track calories with up to 89 percent accuracy. But questions remain about the underlying methodology.
Are All Calories the Same?

Are All Calories the Same?

As you and millions of other people embark on new dietary journeys, you're going to hear a ton about calories. "Calorie counting is everything." "If you aren't counting calories, you won't lose
New science shows managing blood sugar isn’t about counting calories or carbs

New science shows managing blood sugar isn’t about counting calories or carbs

The emerging field of personalized nutrition is being backed by a growing body of scientific evidence.
This Guy Found The Purr-fect Way To Make His Cat Burn Those Extra Calories

This Guy Found The Purr-fect Way To Make His Cat Burn Those Extra Calories

All cats get fat and move a little as time goes by. We must somehow gain their interest and make them move more often. A radio-controlled machine can come to our help. If you put your cat's favorite
US fast-food giants have increased their portion sizes, calories, and sodium content

US fast-food giants have increased their portion sizes, calories, and sodium content

Over the last 30 years, fast food chains served up more salt, increased sizes of their dishes, and added calories to their meals, according to new research.