Fad Diets

Newsweek recently came out with an article outlining the most popular diets for 2009. Some say eating Twinkies for breakfast, lunch and dinner are the way to ultimate health....

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Simple Cooking

One of the main reasons people don’t cook is because they think they don’t have the time. Can you relate? How many times have you opened a cookbook and seen a recipe for lasagna that looks delicious, but calls for a lot of ingredients and hours of labor?...

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Conflicting Nutrition Studies

Nutrition news can be confusing. One day scientists are saying to drink milk the next day they’re saying it’s not as good for you as once believed. It’s no wonder people don’t know what to eat. “Conflicting results are part and parcel of the scientific process,” says one researcher....

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Top Diets

Most people have been on a diet at some point in their lives. In fact an estimated 80 million Americans go on diets every year, spending more than $30 billion annually on programs and products. We are bombarded by diet books, pills and meal delivery systems, but what works and what doesn’t?...

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How Celebrities Stay Fit

Most people are fascinated by celebrities. Who are they dating? What are they wearing? Where are they vacationing?  And the big question, how do they keep up those movie star figures?...

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Carbs: Friend or Foe?

Many Americans associate eating carbohydrates with weight gain. Is this really the case though? Think about other cultures. The Japanese consume high-carbohydrate diets composed of a lot of rice and starchy veggies and yet the majority of them are thin. What’s up with that?

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What a Difference Six Months Can Make

When the NY Department of Health and Mental Hygiene passed a law that required chain restaurants to post calories on their menus restaurant six months ago, owners didn’t believe it would make a big difference in what people ordered....

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