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Here’s The Science on Why Eating Fat Won’t Make You Fat

"Eat fat, get fat" has been the conventional wisdom guiding American diets for the past two decades. Yet more and more research suggests that...

Want to get in the best shape of your life? Eat...

Testosterone, a key player in the muscle-building process, is derived largely from cholesterol (a waxy, fatlike substance found in our cells). A diet rich...

Finally: The Science Behind Why You Can’t Stop Reaching For Those...

Ever feel like health news is too overwhelming, fast-paced, or hard to decipher? Us too. Here, we filter through the latest in integrative health,...

An Autoimmune Disease Completely Changed The Way I Eat. Here’s The...

I was reaching the end of my rope with the pain and achiness and exhaustion I'd been feel­ing for years. What had begun in...

Here’s How I Got Softer Skin & Stronger Hair Without Powders...

To my dedicated readers, I must apologize. I've been keeping something from you the last month, glossing over an exciting new addition to my...

These No-Sugar Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls Will Satisfy All Your Sweet...

It's Day 5 of mbg's first-ever no-sugar challenge. All week long, we'll be sharing tips, tricks, inspirational stories, and recipes to help you eliminate...

Does the world really need

A Spanish company has been making headlines this week after announcing that it will be launching reduced-fat later this month.According to Isla Bonita's website,...

Is Fat the New Nutrition Darling?

Is dietary fat a friend or foe? Currently, dietary fat is experiencing a comeback in popularity. From weight loss to improved mental clarity, many...

Want to lose those fats around your belly? Having a big...

New York: Do you want to lose those extra fats around your wiastline? Well, researchers have said that having a big breakfast daily may...

Fried Potatoes Linked to Early Death Risk

June 15, 2017 -- A new study links eating fried potatoes with an increased risk of early death.Researchers looked at 4,440 people ages 45-79...