The popularity of gluten-free foods shows no signs of slowing down, with consumers in the US who are not gluten-intolerant also buying wheat-free products, according to new findings from global market...

A regular eating pattern may protect adolescents from obesity, according to a Finnish population-based study with more than 4,000 participants. The study found that when eating five meals – breakfast,...

The way the stomach detects and tells the brain how full the body is becomes damaged in obese people, but does not return to normal once they lose weight, according to new research from the University...

Consuming twice the recommended daily allowance of protein while adhering to a diet and exercise plan prevents the loss of muscle loss and promotes fat loss, scientists from the US Army Research Institute...

Types of foods eaten are a crucial factor in weight loss and health, but the timing of meals may also have an impact, according to new research published recently in the journal Obesity. The researchers...

Consumer group CHOICE has conducted a review of ‘diet’ foods, which it says shows that “hundreds of products on our supermarket shelves” that claim to help consumers lose weight might actually...

‘Diet’ beverages and other non-caloric, artificially sweetened foods and drinks may not be the healthy choice to manage weight, according to a Purdue University expert’s review of recent scientific...

Western Australian researchers hoping to demonstrate improved cardiovascular function among coffee lovers have found that drinking too much of the popular brew may actually be linked to worsening of the...

Fish oils and omega-3s may minimise the detrimental effects that ‘junk food’ has on the brain, according to a new research review by researchers at the University of Liverpool and published in the...

Many weight loss plans focus on striking a balance between caloric intake and energy output, but the timing of meals could be just as important, according to new research published in the April 2013 edition...