Wellness Diet

Intermittent Fasting

Fasting, for cultural or religious reasons—or because the hunt was unsuccessful—is as old as the hills. As a healing agent, fasting dates at least...

Sour News About Apple Cider Vinegar?

Apple cider vinegar, made from crushed apples whose juice is fermented, is commonly used as a condiment and food ingredient. The final product—mostly water with about 5 percent acetic...

10 Diet Steps to Take to Heart

Most of our readers know what it generally takes to have a healthy heart besides just inheriting “good genes”: Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, keep your blood pressure...

Eat Like a Caveperson?

Most fad diets simply call for eating more of this and less of that—but some promote more radical changes for losing weight. One example is the Paleo Diet, which...

More VITAL News

To the growing list of health problems that aren’t likely to be eased or prevented by taking vitamin D supplements (provided you aren’t deficient in the vitamin), you can...

A Smart Reason to Go Mediterranean

More reason to follow a Mediterranean-style diet: It’s good for the brain, suggested an analysis of data from nearly 8,000 U.S.adults, ages 50 to 85, in the journal Alzheimer’s...

Many Diet Plans, Similar Results

Looking to lose weight? Any of 14 com­mercial diet programs analyzed in a BMJ study in 2020 is likely to do the trick in the short term. The study...

Don’t Be Scammed by False Weight-Loss Claims

For tips on how to avoid being scammed by false weight-loss claims, check out this Federal Trade Commission (FTC) website. It identifies the false promises often made in ads...