Weight loss resorts are popular, but they can costs thousands of dollars per visit. So, we’ve collected key weight loss tips — for free — from experts at some of the nation’s most renowned wellness spas
Every morning, Madison, Wis., grocer Jeff Maurer fills a 40-foot air-conditioned trailer with fresh food from his local store, Fresh Madison Market, and drives to low-income neighborhoods to sell his wares. Maurer launched his …
In 2006, New York City passed a first-in-the-nation ban on trans fats in restaurant food. Here’s how it worked
This folk remedy may be for real: A new study finds that cranberry products really do help prevent urinary tract infections.
Health experts offer tips for navigating the cereal aisle and finding the most nutritious — and tastiest — options among the fruity flakes and fiber twigs
Gelato, ice cream, frozen custard, sorbet — yum! They’re all delicious, but what’s the difference, nutritionally speaking? Our friends at Greatist break it down for you.
Wonder why it’s so hard to keep the weight off? Take another look at your diet.
With grocery store magic and same-day international delivery, it’s possible to get nearly any fruit or vegetable pretty much any time of year. But when eating local or looking for the best tasting (and most nutritious) product, …
On Tuesday, Walt Disney Co. announced it will ban all junk food advertising from its TV channels, websites and radio programs catering to children. Companies advertising food and beverages during Disney programming will be …
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.