Does it matter whether your calories come from solid food or liquid? A calorie is a calorie right?
How carefully do you inspect the 'Nutrition Facts' when you're at the store?
How much more does an older runner have to run in order burn as many calories as a teenager?
According to a new study, taking more time to chew could help you better control your weight.
One study claims that we eat nearly 600 more calories per day than people did in the mid 1970s. But, the obesity epidemic is more complicated...
According to some recent studies, fat substitutes may not help when it comes to losing weight. In fact, artificially low fat snacks may lead to weight gain.
"Today, high calorie foods are not only abundant; they contain much higher amounts of sugar and fat than what's found in natural food sources."
Losing weight can be a frustrating experience when you hit a point where the weight slowly comes off. Learn why the process slow down.
Dieting and exercise only go so far in the weight loss battle.
Will people eat less if restaurants display calories on the menu?