Researchers at the American Chemical Society’s national meeting recently revealed a cooking technique that cuts 50-60% of the calories from rice.
This pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
Social media sites are filled with photos of delicious meals and sinful desserts. Some experts believe looking at pictures of luscious food could actually help us stay on our diets and help curb your appetite.
With 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.
A federal jury on Tuesday found television pitchman Kevin Trudeau did violate a federal order barring him from making false claims about his diet books on Tuesday.
You may be surprised at the number of products labelled with the word “protein. ” CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist asks, are we getting too much of a good thing?
The United Nations is promoting edible insects as a low-fat, high-protein food for hungry people throughout the world, but Chicagoans probably won’t be changing their menu.
The food contains meat, organs, bone, and in some cases vegetables and fruit, all ground together and sold frozen. Just thaw it out and serve it up.
Some people are experimenting with the type of gluten-free diet that is mandatory for celiac patients. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
A new study by researchers at Children’s Memorial Hospital offers a dietary alternative for parents who don’t want their hyperactive children treated with medicine.
A new high-tech, intensive diet system called Retrofit has clients try to lose weight, using the Internet to monitor progress. CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman explains.
Sticking to a diet is easier said than done. But what if you could diet just one day and then eat whatever you want the next, even higher fat foods?
After 24 days on an Lenten diet of beer and water, J. Wilson says what he really misses is savory food like feta cheese omelets and olives and pulled pork.
The way millions of people slim down is about to change. On Monday, for the first time in 13 years, Weight Watchers said it’s switching up its program. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist explains why it will now be easier for dieters everywhere to make better choices.
Eating certain foods can help regulate your mood.