A new study has found children who drink low-fat milk can be at increased risk of obesity when compared to children who drink full-fat milk. The study, which was published in the American Journal of Public...

A group of UK health and nutrition professionals has criticised the idea that fat should be avoided as part of a healthy diet. Writing in a report, the UK National Obesity Forum argues dietary advice to...

Scientists have confirmed that those following a low-fat diet will not experience greater long-term weight-loss than those following a higher-fat diet.   With the findings coming from the analysis...

A study from the US National Institutes of Health presents some of the most precise human data yet on whether cutting carbs or fat has the most benefits for losing body fat. In a paper published August...

Mediterranean diet betters exercise to cut heart disease risk by nearly half, latest study Not everyone agrees on the best methods to lose weight, but nearly three-quarters (74 per cent) of global consumers...

Five days of eating fatty foods can alter how muscle processes nutrients from food, research Many consumers might think that they can get away with eating fatty foods for a few days without it making any...

New launches for own-label with ‘healthy’ claims reach record five-year high New research from market research organisation Mintel has found that the share of own-label food products launched in the...

‘Fifth taste’ Umami makes low-fat peanut butter taste better, study The umami taste could have an important and beneficial role in health, according to Japanese research. A series of studies published...

Mediterranean diet, olive oil and nuts can help reverse metabolic syndrome, study For people with metabolic syndrome, a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil or nuts may help reverse...

Fewer Australians concerned with cholesterol, Roy Morgan Research Australians are today less concerned with their cholesterol levels and more likely to try to eat less fat and additives, according to findings...