Click for transcipt of video: English - Español

Smartphone-Based Behavioral Therapy for Obesity Comparable to Group Therapy Outcomes

The weight loss benefits of smartphone-based behavioral obesity treatment are similar to those of intensive group-based treatment for obesity, according to study results published in Obesity.

Dietary Monitoring Key to Successful Weight Loss

The frequency of dietary self-monitoring is significantly associated with weight loss, according to a study published online Feb. 25 in Obesity.

Health Experts Review 41 Diets, Rank Best Overall for 2019

An expert panel assessed 41 diets to come up with their final results, examining the evidence behind each diet's claims, the short-term and long-term weight loss associated with the diet, how easy the diet is to follow,

Want to Try Keto? A Cancer Scientist, Keto Expert And Harvard Cardiologist Agree on These 2 Tips

If you're thinking of going keto, you can forget the bread, beans, bananas, and nearly every other sweet treat.

Why plant protein is better for you than animal protein

It’d be great if a burger-a-day diet was healthy. Don’t get me wrong—it’s not the worst. You’ve got protein in there and hopefully some veggies on top (and on the side) , and even some fiber from the roll (you used whole grain, right?).

This Study on Nearly Half a Million People Has Bad News For The Keto Diet

Scientists and dietitians are starting to agree on a recipe for a long, healthy life. It's not sexy, and it doesn't involve fancy pills or pricey diet potions.

Low-carb diet better when it includes more vegetables, nuts

People who cut back on carbohydrates may end up increasing their risk of premature death if they load their plates with meat and cheese instead of vegetables and nuts, a U.S. study suggests.

Varied diet not necessarily a high-quality one

A diverse diet is not necessarily a healthy one, according to an advisory issued by the American Heart Association that has instead emphasized the importance of a healthy eating pattern.

Primary Care Tips to Help Patients Lose Weight

Former FDA Chief David Kessler, MD, was recently interviewed during The Washington Post's Health 202 Newsletter where he stated, "We have failed in giving nutritional advice to people."

Read more...

Women and Men Experience Different Benefits From Low-Calorie Diets

A low-calorie diet causes different metabolic effects in women than in men, according to a study published in Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism.

Read more...

Diet Hit A Snag? Your Gut Bacteria May Be Partly To Blame

Have you ever been on a diet but didn't hit your goal weight? Your gut bacteria may be part of the explanation.

Read more...

Real 'Superfoods' Science Says You Should Be Eating More Of

Super, shluper. The term "superfood" doesn't actually mean anything, and most of the foods hiding behind such a label aren't all that good for you.

Read more...

'Sustainable Diet' a Worthy Goal

Getting people to eat "sustainable diets" is a worthy goal, but more work must be done to better define what a sustainable diet is and to make it culturally acceptable, several experts said here.

Read more...

Largest Study Of Its Kind Shows Eating Fat Is The Only Cause Of Weight Gain

Researchers have found that among the three major food groups, fat is the only cause of weight gain in the long run.

Read more...

Can Your Diet Reduce the Effects of Air Pollution? Here's What a New Study Says

A new study suggests that following a Mediterranean diet — an eating pattern high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, olive oils, fish and poultry — may protect people from some of the health effects of air pollution.

Read more...

Diet May Be as Effective as PPIs in Reducing Reflux Symptoms

Treatment with alkaline water and a plant-based, Mediterranean-style diet may be as effective as standard proton pump inhibitor (PPI) therapy for reducing reflux

Read more...

These five healthy habits could extend your life by a dozen years or more, study says

You know that getting exercise, eating vegetables and quitting smoking are good for you. A new study shows just how good they are, in terms of the number of years they can add to your life.

Read more...

These 5 habits could add 10 years to your life, study suggests

These simple healthy habits could extend your life 10 years

Researchers found that a few changes to your lifestyle could add more than a decade to your life. Quitting smoking and lowering Body Mass Index are two keys.

Read more...

The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating Right

It’s beyond strange that so many humans are clueless about how they should feed themselves. Every wild species on the planet knows how to do it; presumably ours did...

Read more...

11 Healthy-Eating Myths That Just Aren’t True

Myth #1: Carbs are bad for you.

Truth: Carbohydrates are essential to a healthy diet, providing energy for your whole body.

Read more...