Intermittent fasting has become one of the hottest health trends. But not all fasting is the same. Three experts discuss the tips and tricks you need to know to increase the chance of a safe and effective fasting routine.
Some authorities promote vegetable oils as a healthy food, but others see them as a clear danger to our health. How do we make sense of the disparate views? Our panel of experts weighs in and helps us put things in perspective.
DietDoctor.com is the largest and most popular low carb resource on the internet. We recently adapted our message according to the growing science supporting higher protein and somewhat lower fat intake. We explore the reasoning and the nuance behind this message with Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt.
According to some evidence, eating enough protein may be the key to solving our obesity epidemic. But if too little protein is harmful, does that mean more is usually better? The answer is not so clear, and it makes for a fascinating discussion!
Muscle tissue may be one of the most important and under-appreciated elements contributing to our long-term health. Stuart Phillips has dedicated his career to the science of building muscle. We explore what that means for your health and how that differs as you age.
Weight loss surgery is an effective treatment for obesity and metabolic disease. But is it right for you? We explore the risks, benefits, and alternatives to weight loss surgery with three well-known experts. We also explore how the surgery isn’t a stand-alone treatment. Nutritional and behavioral changes are crucial additions for long-term success. Here’s how you can succeed with long-term weight loss.
The processed food industry exploits your natural biology to make you crave more of its products, causing you to overeat and gain weight. This interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Michael Moss explores the problem of hyper-palatable food and what you can do about it.