People eat more of healthier foods like fruits and vegetables when these items are visible and easy to reach, enticingly displayed and appear like an obvious choice.
If you are suffering from Type-2 diabetes, having a breakfast rich in protein -- 25 to 30 grams -- can reduce glucose spikes at both breakfast and lunch, a new research has found.
Having a small healthy snack like a piece of fruit before shopping would not only help decrease hunger in the supermarket, it may also nudge you to select healthier items, suggests a new research.
If you are finding it difficult to stick to a weight-loss diet, the hunger-sensitive cells in your brain are to be blamed, scientists say.
Labelling healthy foods with smiley faces and offering small prizes for buying nutritious items can make kids purchase more of such foods and eat them too, suggests a new research.
Our calorie-laden diets are generating more ill health than physical inactivity, alcohol and smoking combined, reveals significant research.
Consumption of dairy products is recommended as part of a healthy diet, but according to a new study, regular intake of yogurt does not improve physical or mental health.
A new research has examined that excess use of vitamins and dietary supplements can increase the risk of cancer.
A new study has revealed that eating cooked shiitake mushrooms everyday can boost the immunity.
Overturning prevalent suggestions that breast cancer patients should not eat soy foods, new research has found that long-term consumption of these foods actually reduces the risk of the disease recurring.
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