Chances are, if you're fat or even a little chubby, this food is a big part of the problem... even if you're not eating it.
Fire up the barbecue because science finds that red meat does the opposite of what doctors say it does. New info here.
This is the problem with diets that promote hunger.
The benefits of this health-food darling are way overblown. Here's what you need to know.
Some eat too much, others eat too little. How much fat should a lifter actually have? From what foods? Nine experts weigh in.
Is keto right for you? Here's an unbiased look at the problems and benefits of a ketogenic diet.
Fructose has a bad reputation. But one source of fructose won't damage the liver, doesn't affect insulin sensitivity, and won't make you chubby.
Every once in a while, someone says that fish oil doesn't work and the whole world gets suckered in. Here's where they get it all wrong.
People automatically assume that eating chicken is healthier than eating beef. Here are the facts.
Soy was once thought to shrink your balls and make it harder for you to put on muscle. Does current research back up those fears?
The seafood suppliers, grocery stores, seafood restaurants, and sushi chefs think we're all morons. Here's what they're doing to fool us.
They say it'll help you lose fat, digest better, detoxify, and live longer. But what does science say?
Some of these are so ingrained that no one even questions them anymore. Time to put an end to that.
Up to a third of restaurant dishes are contaminated with gluten, but should anyone really care?
For over 60 years, the fitness industry has believed that cutting calories by 3500 results in a 1-pound loss. The industry is really, really, wrong.
You don't have to give up tubers to try a paleo-style diet. They are paleo... and they won't make you fat anyway. Here's the science.
You've heard these things before. You've probably repeated them. Well, stop it. They're oversimplified and sometimes flat-out false.
The paleo diet is based on a misunderstanding of history, genetics, and science. It's time to take a new diet approach.
What makes you fat? Insulin? The quality of food you eat? Or is it just calories in, calories out? Here's where most so-called diet gurus go wrong.
On one side of the keto debate, you have the glassy-eyed cultish fans. On the other side, bread-scarfing haters. Who's right? Here are the facts.
Why is one considered bad and the other good? Here's the real story.
A new study shows that strongly anti-GMO people think they know the most about the subject, but actually know the least.
Is an all-meat diet healthy or is it just the latest diet fad for unstable people who need attention? Let's break it down.
Some bad stats led to a nation-wide paranoia about peanut and other allegedly common food allergies. Here's the truth.
Yes, if you eat fewer calories you'll lose fat. But the keto diet isn't superior for fat loss, and certainly not for muscle gain. Here's the science.