One freelancer used the Noom app to record her weight and track her food intake during the pandemic. She lost seven pounds in eight months.
Consuming too much food or drink in the evenings was found to make people less helpful and more withdrawn at work the next day, researchers say.
Weight loss comes down to being in a calorie deficit, so take a look at your portion sizes, dietitian Priya Tew told Insider.
After trying out fad diets, both Gabby Landsverk and Rachel Hosie believe the 80/20 rule is best for health and a positive relationship with food.
Katrin Davidsdottir developed an unhealthy relationship with food at a young age, but now she leaves room in her diet for performance and pleasure.
Chrissy Teigen said she’s “very into sweets” since going sober. Dietitians told Insider sugar cravings are “very common” after giving up alcohol. They suggested exercise, sleep, and snack alternatives like frozen bananas dipped in dark chocolate. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Chrissy Teigen says she’s become “insane” about all […]
Eating the same meals every day can save you time and stress in the kitchen, but it can also mean you’re missing out on essential nutrients. To balance healthy eating and convenience, make sure your eating routine includes enough protein and nutrient-dense foods like fruits and vegetables. You can also […]
The food industry should cut the calories in meals by up to fifth to help curb obesity in the UK, the country’s public health body said Monday. Targets differ for cafes, restaurants, takeaways, and supermarkets – but all the measures are voluntary, which health groups have criticised. The guidelines were […]
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, meat factories nationwide temporarily closed, resulting in a possible meat shortage. Meat – whether it be white meat like chicken or red meat like beef or pork – can be a healthy part of a balanced diet as long as you don’t eat […]
A new study found that picky eating may be more than a temporary phase children go through. The study found that controlling parents made for picky children, while parents who created a more open eating environment had children more willing to try new foods. Making dinner time a lower-stakes environment […]
I tracked my food for a week to see if there were any foods hiding surprising amounts of sugar. While I expected some snacks like processed protein bars to be high in added sugar, I had no idea just how much was hiding in my home-cooked meals. I ended the […]
Intuitive eating is the process of deciding what, when, and how much to eat by relying on your body’s unique needs and natural cues. Interest in intuitive eating is on the rise, particularly among people under 35, according to recent survey data from the International Food Information Council. Experts say […]
Chef Dan Giusti used to work at Noma, the Michelin-starred Copenhagen restaurant that’s been dubbed the “best restaurant in the world” numerous times, where meals cost more than $US350 a head. Today he runs Brigaid, a company that’s cooking meals for public school kids in Connecticut and New York. The […]
Some cities are simply more conducive to helping you keep your New Year’s resolutions. House Method ranked the 100 largest cities in the US on four of the most common New Year’s resolutions – exercise, healthy eating, saving money, and reducing stress. Scottsdale, Arizona, ranked as the best city in […]
As long as you keep your portions in check, and remember to go light on the sugar, a Thanksgiving dinner can be a relatively wholesome and nutritious affair. Thanksgiving staples like cranberries, liver, and beans provide people who eat them with tons of vitamins, minerals, and fibre, and are healthy […]
Romaine lettuce is being chopped off holiday menus again this Thanksgiving after an outbreak of E. coli was linked to lettuce grown in Salinas, California. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention says if your romaine’s label says “grown in Salinas,” throw it away, because it could make you violently […]
Ultra-processed foods are designed to be eaten quickly, whether as a cheap packaged snack or a ready-to-heat meal. Public health researchers are starting to discover that people who eat more of these convenience foods tend to die quicker, eat more, and contract more diseases. Their hearts are also not as […]