Are you considering Sugar-Free-January, a Sugar-Free-2019? A new study makes the case for avoiding the extremes of sugar intake — surprisingly, both high and very low sugar intake were linked with bad outcomes.Read More
Most people think about metabolic health in terms of leanness vs. obesity. But BMI doesn’t tell the whole story, and internal biochemical processes increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart and vascular disease.Read More
Millennials are the first cohort to be born into an obesogenic world, they are fatter than their parents at the same age, and are projected to gain 35 pounds in the first 15 years after they finish high school.
A new study found that the more chocolate and candy kids ate, the slimmer they tended to be. The odds of being overweight or obese were 18 percent lower among the most avid consumers of chocolate and candy.Read More
If ice cream were associated with filth, disease and desolation, rather than with long summer days, azure beaches and beautiful, fit, thin, sun-kissed people would we overcome our sweet tooth and like it just a little less?Read More