The Skinny On "Natural" Fat-Burners
Will Weight-Loss Supplements Help Win the War Against Fat?
Nutrition, Depression, and the Elderly
Food plays a key role in maintaining mental health. Focus on a well-balanced diet.
Food Irradiation: Is it Safe?
A review of the latest in food technology's response to foodborne illness.
Healthy Eating for Women - Heart Disease
Women: How to lower your risk of heart disease and breast cancer.
The Vegetarian Athlete
Vegetarian eating today can range from total avoidance of animal products, to simply going meatless several times a week.
Low-Down on Low-Carbohydrate Diets
It seems that all the popular diet books these days, from Sugar Busters! and Protein Power to Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution ask dieters to forego carbohydrate-rich foods.
Figure Your Fiber Needs
Most experts recommend you aim for one gram of fiber for every 100 calories you eat. That translates to 20 grams of fiber for 2,000 calories and 25 grams for 2500 calories.
Do you make this common mistake? Waiting until you're thirsty before taking a drink of water.
Phytochemicals at Work
A complete Index of the Phytochemicals; where to find them - and what they do
Real Men Eat Tofu
Did you know it can protect you from heart disease and may keep you from dying of prostate cancer?
Herbs: Help or Hype?
Herbals are the primary source of healthcare treatment for 80% of the world's population - World Health Organization.
Why Not Diet?
Women who struggle with the pain of overeating and being overweight already know that overeating is a symptom of a problem, not the problem itself.
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