You’re willing to admit that a messy house makes your life more complicated. But bad for your health? Isn’t that a bit of a stretch?
Different components within a single food can work together for maximum health benefit, and certain components of different foods can produce amazing results when eaten together.
Professor Brian Wansink, Ph.D., director of the Food & Brand Lab (www.consumerpsychology.com), University of Illinois, works to solve the mysteries of consumer behavior. Described as a “food psychologist,” Wansink researches how ads, packages and consumer personality traits affect what consumers buy and use.
The ups and downs of weight loss surgery Fatty, Miss Piggy, and Lard Legs are a few of the childhood nicknames sisters in law Lydia Cook and Nita Kurtz of Yuba City, California, would prefer not to remember.
New year new you Play your way fit in days 31 Kimberly Husband XXXX OK, so you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to begin an exercise routine. So far, so good. But
Forbidden fruit Go ahead, take a bite or two. Kelly Rice XXXX In first grade, Kathy Carbone of Branchburg, New Jersey, weighed 125 pounds. Three years later, at her doctor’s suggestion, she
7 habits that keep you fat How you eat may be as important as how much you eat Claire Lewis XXXX Most of us are good at losing weight we’ve done
Love the one you're with Three experts show you how to eat, exercise, and dress right for your body type. Kelly Rice XXXX The body you have now is partly a product
Burn it off How much will that candy cost you? Whether you plan to walk, bike, or run the calories off, the Diet Detective gives you the exercise equivalent. XXXX XXXX It’s
The secret get thin ingredient We’ll give you a clue It’s what all the popular diets — Weight Watchers, the South Beach Diet, the Sonoma Diet, the Glycemic Index Plan, the Fat Flush Plan, and the Mediterranean