Six new ways to power up without sacrificing taste
Is the newest fitness beverage just another money grab, or is it actually getting to the heart of smart rehydration?
I thought that starchy foods aren't good for you—why do I keep reading about the health benefits of this certain type?
Sports nutrition companies like Herbalife have been hawking health-in-a-pill for years with no evidence that their products work. And despite edging into possibly illegal territory, they're going to continue to get away with it.
Plants have long been lauded for their health-promoting antioxidants. But recent research upends that thinking—broccoli is good for you precisely because it stresses your body.
With mega-grocers like Walmart and Target investing big in organics, does the word really mean anything anymore?
A little goes a long way.
Think breakfast helps kick-start metabolism and boosts weight loss? These are widely believed myths not supported by evidence, scientists say. But breakfast does deserve high marks for increasing physical activity.