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Stress and hunger are closely linked.
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Yes, there is arsenic in your rice.
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Lena Dunham is on what she calls the "Trump Diet," and surprisingly, it does not involve eating carrots until one's skin turns orange. The "Girls" star went on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show on Monday a...
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It's 2017 and clean-eating is facing a storm of scrutiny. The hugely succe ful healthy eating trend has seen a major backlash. Clean-eating - where people avoid proce ed foods, sugar and gluten in...
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Given the prevalence of inexpensive food that promotes overeating, it makes sense that we try to guard against "cheap and unhealthy" food in an effort to be healthy. But we may be overcorrecting, forg...
Step away from the chips.
You may think you've had a love affair with sugar, but you haven't. I have. And it was intense. At 4 p.m. sharp every workday, I would open my desk drawer for "cocktail hour," aka the time when I indu...
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It's not great news for the Dukan or alkaline diet.
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Reminder: Listen to your body.
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It sounds like wise, low-key advice, but it's actually total B.S.
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That's some pricey sugarless avocado ice cream.
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Swearing off sugar has become almost a religion in the last few years, as sugar has started copping the blame for everything from obesity to autoimmune disease. There's no doubt that, in general, we're eating (and drinking) far too much sugar. But is demonising sugar really necessary?
When it comes to cutting certain foods out of your diet, Thomas Grainger has done it all. "I would have cut just about everything at one stage," Grainger told The Huffington Post Australia. "I would...