Adopting healthy behaviors and thought patterns around food and nutrition takes time and intentional effort. But it will lead to more lasting change and positive outcomes than quick-fix dieting will.
Want to stay active and healthy in later life? Food fortification and strength and balance training could help improve quality of life for older adults
Although most Americans believe dietary supplements are safe, these products often make health claims that are unproven or downright false.
Weight loss can seem like an impossible, unachievable task. But you don’t need to lose a lot of weight to start noticing the health benefits.
The demand for off-label weight loss drugs like Ozempic is concerning, because of the impact on weight stigma and the health risks of unsupervised weight loss, including developing eating disorders.
A new study from Hong Kong shows that reversing type 2 diabetes is much harder than clinical trials suggest. However, all is not lost.
Weight loss and diabetes drugs target regulatory pathways involved in metabolism that the microbes in your gut and certain molecules from food already play a key role in regulating.
Medications can play an important role in weight management, but not at the expense of overall nutrition. And healthy lifestyle habits are also key.
Cachexia — significant loss of weight and muscle mass — has a massive impact on cancer outcomes and patient quality of life. The sooner it is detected, the better chance there is to manage it.
You may want to re-think skipping breakfast if you’re someone who does it often.
Slow, gradual weight loss is more advantageous for your health in the long run.
Don’t believe the hype about products claiming they can help you live longer. Here are five lifestyle changes to prioritise instead.
When people stopped taking one of the new weight-loss jabs they regained around 60% of their lost weight.
Many of us gain weight over Christmas and spend more than we’d like entertaining. Here’s how to keep both in check.
When we change our diet, we disrupt our appetite hormones. Here’s how it works – and how small changes to our diet can help us feel fuller for longer.
Lord Byron’s drank vinegar for weight loss, with catastrophic health effects. His eating disorders were reflected across 18th century Europe.
People who are obese, as well as those who are overweight and have weight-related issues, may soon be able to ask their doctor for a prescription.
Ads for targeted fat loss, especially
for belly fat, are everywhere on social media. But is there any evidence to support this type of ‘spot reduction’?
A new study shows people who drank an extra cup of coffee a day gained less weight than expected over four years.
Like most weight-loss programs, the OMAD diet makes bold promises – and comes with risks.