Nearly 50 percent of Americans who make New Year’s Resolutions aim to lose weight. Chances are that the start of 2017 is making people think of new accomplishments they want to achieve in the next 12 months.
Crash diets don’t have a formal definition but they are often perceived as an attempt to quickly lose weight by drastically cutting down on the amount of calories consumed for a short period of time.
The post-lunch sluggishness that takes over in the afternoon makes people susceptible to ignoring the onslaught of incoming emails and other work that needs to be done before the end of the day.
The activity of every organ in the body begins to diminish after a certain age.
Not eating a lot of carbs was a popular trend for years. Recently, however, this dietary regimen has been hugely criticized.
With the recent entrance into 2017 and the making of new year's resolutions, the lure of “lose weight fast!” has gotten a lot of people excited about trendy diets. But should you consider trying a trendy diet? The answer is, probably not.
There are many myths and misconceptions associated with saturated fats.