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In Part 1 of this discussion about fasting, we looked at how fasting might affect certain health conditions and why fasting, unlike dieting or just reducing calories, has a unique impact on your physiology. But there’s more to a fasting program than ...
Fasting diets are seen by many people as a surefire way to lose weight and improve one’s health, and as a means of preventing or treating numerous health conditions. But is fasting really the miracle therapy so many proponents claim it to be? Breast ...
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, what you eat or how you cook it may play a role in your symptoms. Here are 15 ways to eat an RA-friendly diet.
New research shows that the same diet that helps reduce blood pressure can help ease gout symptoms, too.
Certain foods may have the ability to actually lower your numbers.
What research says they can—and cannot—do for you.
Thinking of going “caveman”? Here’s a doctor’s take on the latest diet fad.
Exercise gives you some wiggle room in the calorie department. Break it into three 10-minute chunks of walking and you’re off to a good start.
Successful weight loss requires changing your behavior, altering your diet, and increasing your physical activity. The following research-based diet strategies have been used by people who have lost weight and kept it off.
Thanks to earlier diagnoses and better treatment, more patients are surviving cancer. Here’s how to improve your odds.