fad diets

It's too bad I went for the Ph.D. Financially speaking, I should have probably stopped with a BS.
Adele’s significant slim down has been credited to a combination of exercise and eating “sirtfoods”. So what is the sirt diet and could it work for you?
The internet can be a confusing place. A five-minute Google search for nutrition advice is perhaps the best illustration of this fact. Allow me to demonstrate with a classic example. Do GMO crops cause cancer?
Ever heard of activated nuts? Nope, we’re not talking about brazils in tiny training shoes or placard-wielding pecans.
It's amazing what sort of nonsense shows up in your inbox every day. I always wonder who falls for this stuff, but it must be a substantial number of people. Otherwise, spammers wouldn't spam.
Do-gooders in America, typically of the Millennial variety, think of themselves as smarter, more worldly, and far better informed than you. They are woke. You are not.
There's a lot of money to be made in kowtowing to the latest dietary fads and unsubstantiated health scares.
As every educated foodie knows, one of the world's best superfoods is quinoa. The only problem is that there's no such thing as a superfood, and there's nothing particularly unique about quinoa.
The U.S. Dietary Guidelines were born of good intentions. They were created to make Americans healthier.
What is going on at Columbia University? The prestigious school, located in the Upper West Side of New York City, has employed a growing list of quacks that is thoroughly undermining its great reputation.