Married men may eat their broccoli to keep the peace at dinner, but they may be likely to binge on unhealthy food when they leave the house, a recent study by University of Michigan researchers found.
Food & Drink
Nothing like a tall, cool drink in the heat of summer, right? Not if it’s a sugar-sweetened soda, and not if you’re in New York City.
Megapastor and bestselling author Rick Warren believes he has an answer to America’s obesity epidemic — and it lies in the Book of Daniel. (The full story appears in this week’s issue of TIME, available to subscribers here.)
Why an ancient Jewish scripture has led 15,000 members of a modern megachurch to lose megaweight.
New Yorkers drink nearly seven times more coffee than other city dwellers. Philly residents eat nearly four times as many bagels. A diet-tracking iPhone app reveals what people like to eat where.
How to eat your fill of summer fruits and vegetables without getting sick from a food-borne illness.
A federal administrative judge ruled on Monday that the pomegranate juice maker POM Wonderful isn’t all that.
Older coffee drinkers who really like their cup of joe appear to have a leg up in the longevity department.
“Slurpee Lites” will debut on May 23 at 7-Elevens nationwide. The new sugar-free flavors have half the calories of the traditional slushy drinks.
Spending time in front of the tube not only leads to mindless eating, but also sets children up to prefer unhealthy foods in general.
Gen Xers are a lot more conscious about their food than their parents were — especially the men, who are cooking and shopping more and watching food TV as much as women.
You’ll be surprised at the list of health foods that some nutrition experts won’t touch.
You’ve heard it before, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet so many of us skip it. Consider these easy ideas from health experts who make their morning meal a priority.