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Kids need to cut sodium

Kids Need To Cut Sodium, Salt From Their Diets, Experts Warn

Chicken nuggets, crackers and macaroni and cheese may be the only foods you can get your kids to eat, but experts agree, the sodium...
Dark Chocolate

Why Scarlett Johansson’s Trainer Says Dark Chocolate Is The Perfect Pre-Workout Snack

One of the worst things you can feel before a workout is hungry. You're stuck with an impossible choice: whether...
Healthy Obesity

Study Casts Doubt On ‘Healthy Obesity’

Women who are overweight or obese but otherwise healthy are still at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, a large study suggests. The analysis tracked...
Burritos

9 Fast Food Meals That Are Actually Healthy

Fast food deserves its share of criticism. Most menu items from Burger King, McDonald’s, Chipotle, Wendy’s, and Taco Bell are devoid of any real nutritional...
Planche

How To Shift Those Stubborn Pounds

Whether you have been dieting for a while or have recently started a new weight loss regime, sometimes it can be hard to shift...
Keep Yourself Fit & Healthy as Much as You Can

Keep Yourself Fit & Healthy as Much as You Can

You only get one life, so it’s important to make the most of it. And that's why you need to live a fit and...
Sugar

What’s The Deal—Is Sugar Really That Bad For You?

There’s no question that Americans eat too much sugar-about 57 pounds of added sugar each year to be exact. That’s an...
Eating nuts

Eating Nuts Linked To Lower Risk Of Colon Cancer

Eating nuts has been linked to a number of health benefits, such as a reduced risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Now, new...
finger chips

Government Heavily Subsidizes Junk Food, Report Suggests

To help Americans avoid obesity, the federal Choose My Plate program recommends filling half of one’s plate with fruit and vegetables. But only a...
Healthier

Eating A Little Bit Healthier Helps You Live Longer

No surprise here: people who follow healthy diets tend to lead longer, healthier lives. But most of the studies backing this assertion compared people...