According to nutrition experts the benefits of eating during a certain timespan include: reduced inflammation, increased detoxification, enhanced immunity, improved brain function, decreased risk of cancer and minimized effects of aging.
A recent study found intermittent fasting hindered the start, as well as reversed the progression of, two forms of childhood leukemia. Earlier research has provided evidence of the cancer-fighting properties of the practice as well. So could the dietary practice be a potent weapon against malignancies?
Poor sleep and marijuana have something in common – both give you junk food cravings. Did you know poor sleep increases the body’s need for more calories?
Adding avocado to your lunch routine may prevent late afternoon hunger pangs and cravings.
The size and types of foods you eat at breakfast could help lower your diabetes risk.
New research suggests that the smell of food that we associate with fat may keep us full and satisfied without actually eating the fat.
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.
You might be doing everything right, but if you're neglecting this critical element of weight loss, you're likely hindering your results.
Whether it's poor lifestyle or your general surroundings, there are food cues left and right that can trigger hunger, even when you're not really hungry.
In recent studies, ginger was found to have a positive influence metabolism as well as on hormones that control hunger.