The study showed that every 10% increase in consumption of ultra-processed food was linked to a 12% increase in developing some types of cancers. But it didn't show the processed food caused cancers.
There's some logic in eating and avoiding certain foods if you have endometriosis. And there are some studies that confirm this logic, but then others seem to refute it. And everyone is unique too.
The latest study linking diet with cancer has many flaws.
The first step is to take an iron supplement to give your iron stores an immediate boost, then you want to investigate the cause and possibly work on your diet.
Policymakers need to stop focusing on schools to solve the obesity crisis.
Some inventive prison inmates have a surprisingly varied and satisfying diet.
Diets aren't just about losing weight. There are other things to consider.
There are some interesting animal studies on kombucha but the jury is still out on whether it's any healthier than tea.
If your New Year's resolutions include improving your diet, it's worth thinking about eating healthier for the planet.
Women who were a healthy weight before pregnancy should aim to gain between 11.5 and 16 kilograms during pregnancy.
Antioxidants are meant to be good for us, but not all antioxidants are equal.
Our obsession with gut health, diet and well-being is far from new: the Victorians had very similar concerns.
Are your new diet, exercise, meditation and self-care resolutions for 2018 really a personal choice? Or are you a model Western "biocitizen," living a life of unfreedom?
Understanding the psychology behind why we overeat can help us to consume less.
Humans are much worse at guessing risk than we think we are. Now there is an app designed to help us avoid rushing toward an early grave.
More and more people are living to 100, but in some regions of the world there's more of them – what does this tell us?
A researcher warns that the sugary treats of the holiday season can set the stage for children's long-term health and academic success if left unchecked.
As a result of increasingly sedentary lifestyles, individuals now have relatively less muscle mass and relatively more body fat.
Whole milk has more calories but there's little evidence skimmed is healthier.
It comes down to what and how much you eat over the day, rather than when you eat most of your food.