Researchers from the Mayo clinic recently linked two classes of foods with increased risk for cognitive decline.
A new study finds the quality of carbs people eat may make a big difference in their likelihood of developing breast or prostate cancer.
Eating a diet high in carbs but low in protein may produce the same benefits as a low calorie, high protein diet, research shows.
Recent research reveals that consuming too much sugar can lead to a condition known as heart failure.
Resistant starch has been linked to improved insulin sensitivity, reduced appetite and various benefits for digestion. Should you give it a try?
Research has found that highly processed carbohydrates can trigger the same brain mechanism associated with substance addiction.
According to a recent study, eating foods with a high glycemic index like potatoes and white bread activates a part of the brain associated with addiction.
A recent study in Milan, Italy suggests that a Mediterranean diet as well as diets low in available carbohydrates reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes.
New research found that men who drink one normal-sized soft drink per day are at a greater risk of getting more aggressive forms of prostate cancer.
Limiting consumption of carbs to the evening meal could be a crucial determinant of successful fat loss and long-term weight maintenance.