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The hidden dangers of sugar

New research says too much sugar is killing us and it can lead to diabetes, heart attacks and cancer.<p>New research says too much sugar is killing us and it can lead to diabetes, heart attacks and cancer.<p>A public health report says sugar hidden in packaged foods is contributing to a global health …

Diabetes

What you need to know about the red meat/cancer issue

What you need to know about the recent red meat/cancer report<p>Jamie Logie<p>Personal Trainer Read full profile<p>This issue doesn’t seem to be going away at …

Processed Meat

Cancer Research Breakthrough Unveiled As Scientists Learn How To 'Turn Off' Notorious Protein

A notorious cancer-causing protein has finally met its match thanks to a discovery unveiled by scientists in Canada.<p>After years of trying to find a …

Cancer

Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar—Your Brain's Silent Killers

Read an Excerpt<p>Grain Brain<p>The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar--Your Brain's Silent Killers<p><b>By David Perlmutter, Kristin Loberg, Peter</b> …

What's The Difference Between Corn Syrup And Sugar?

For starters, neither is healthy.<p>Scientists are still debating whether there is a real difference between the effects on a person's health of high-fructose corn syrup and those of sugar, even as the issue features in an ongoing lawsuit.<p>An attorney representing sugar companies said in court earlier …

You Asked: How Much Protein Should I Eat Every Day?

Dieting used to seem simple. If you were slim, you were in “good shape.” If you weren’t, losing a few pounds would benefit your health. But the …

Why It's Okay to Skip Breakfast

Do you want to turn your body into a fat-burning machine? Skipping breakfast could be the answer.<p>While our physiology is largely geared to a feast-and-famine pattern of energy intake, characteristic of our hunter-gatherer homo sapiens ancestors, we live in a modern world where food is abundant and …

Weight Loss