What if someone told you that you could eat a lot, and still not put on weight? Sounds too good to be true? Well, the Volumetrics diet, founded by Barbara Rolls, advocates just that and has been ranked among the best diets for 2018! You don’t need to go onRead More →

Evidence indicates that following a Mediterranean-style diet, rich in fruit, vegetables, nuts, and cereals, can bring many health benefits, including protection against cardiovascular and metabolic problems. Now, a study also presents a link between this diet and a lower risk of depression later in life. New research finds a linkRead More →

Afew years ago, the word “adulting” seemed to reach its peak. I’d see it referenced everywhere – in ad campaigns, in real-life conversations, on mass-produced gifts like the mug that reads: “Coffee, because adulting is hard.” As a hashtag suffix to the truly mundane and simple, it saturated social mediaRead More →

Health experts have long touted the benefits of a low-fat diet for preventing heart disease, but now a large study suggests it might do the same against breast cancer. Researchers found that eating low-fat foods reduced a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer by 21%. What’s more, the women on low-fat dietsRead More →

01/7Diet Soda: Good or Bad? Diet soda is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, it has aspartame, sweeteners, phosphoric acid, carbonated water, caramel colour, sodium citrate, sodium benzoate, etc. Children and teenagers who consume low-calorie sweetened beverages consume more calories on a given day compared withRead More →

File under trends that won’t go away: the 5:2 diet, a type of intermittent fasting made popular by British broadcaster Michael Mosley and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. Proponents claim it can decrease risk of chronic disease and promote weight loss. Plus, a few studies have linked fasting to longevity, which means you couldRead More →