Dietitian: Sugar Not the Problem, It's the Amount We EatAmerica has a problem with the quantity, not the quality of food we eat, says local dietitian Conie Dieckman.
TIAM: Halloween Edition"Back to the Future" co-creator Bob Gale, candy eating advice, "I and You", birthdays!
Coming Soon: Beer With Added ProteinSupplemental Brewing Protein Beer promises a light beer with added protein for after workouts.
American vs. Mediterranean Diet: Wash U Studies Which is HealthierLead researcher Dr. Luigi Fontana has a theory about which diet will be better once the two days a week fasting begins.
J.J. Smith's Cleansing Pineapple Spinach SmoothieThis pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
Best Healthy And Diet Books For The New YearWith New Year’s just around the corner, you’re ready to be fitter, trimmer, and healthier. These great books from Simon & Schuster will help you kick off 2014 the right way—and stick to your health resolutions this year.
Local Pediatrician Warns Against 'Cotton Ball Diet'Some have soaked the balls, which are not generally made of cotton, in juices or smoothies as a meal replacement.
Study: Eating Nuts As A Child May Promote Better Female Breast Health Later In LifeA new study has found that women who ate peanut butter and other forms of nuts during their childhood years were less likely to develop breast disease later in life.
Warning Issued After Woman Tried Using Tapeworm For Weight LossThe medical director for the Iowa Department of Public Health is warning against the tapeworm diet.
New Study Says Two Meals a Day are Better than SixA new study from the Czech Republic suggests two meals a day are better than six, when it comes to dieting.
Conventional Wisdom Vs. New Information - What Dictates A Healthy Diet?A look at widely-accepted food rules challenged by new studies, and the search for truth in an age of easy access to information - as well as misinformation.
The Obesity Rankings are Out36 percent of Jefferson County residents report a body mass index of greater than thirty, making them obese.