The Nordic diet places a greater emphasis on eating wholefoods and less (if any) processed foods.
Celebrity diets are nothing new, they were popular centuries ago, a trip through history shows.
Despite it’s smug title, and a few possible flaws, Norman Swan’s new book – So you think you know what’s good for you? – has lots of welcome common sense and evidence-based tips for living healthier.
20th-century fad diets didn’t look all that different from those popular today.
This latest fad diet draws many parallels with other intermittent fasting-type diets.
Reverse dieting, GAPS, HCG, IIFYM. These might sound like meaningless acronyms, but they’re actually some of the latest trending diets. Unfortunately, there’s little evidence to support any of them.
It’s important for babies to be in control of the pace and amount they eat.
With summer upon us, some people may be hoping to shed a few kilos. Although a quick-fix can be tempting, to keep the weight off in the longer term, here’s how to steer clear of the fads.
Expert looks at latest diet trend which claims ‘resetting’ your hormones is the key to losing stubborn weight.
What science says about how to lose weight and whether you really need to.
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A professor in nutrition and dietetics explains.
Recent study found it’s no more a “miracle” solution for weight loss than regular diets are.
Diets that promise drastic results with minimal effort, or that ban whole food groups, should ring alarm bells.
For centuries, people have been trying to lose weight in all sorts of ways – including drinking vinegar, avoiding swamps and stocking up on grapefruit.
Had to let the belt out a notch or two lately? Then it may be time to give your eating habits an overhaul. Good news - fast meals can be tasty, and healthy.