Nutritionists Denounce One Of The Internet's Most Popular DietsOne health expert called the "CICO" diet "an outdated way of thinking" with another adding it can "wreak havoc" on other parts of your body.
Government Joins Food Fight Over NYC Menu Labeling RequirementsThe U.S. government has joined a food fight between New York City and a national group opposing new food labeling regulations for chain grocery and convenience stores.
Not So Sugar-Coated Truth About Halloween CandyMany of the Halloween go-tos don't meet that criteria, adding calories to your diet that sneak up and say Boo!
Debunking Some Common Exercise MythsGoing for a run, biking or lifting weights are all great exercises, but which activity burns the most calories?
Soda Makers Make Pledge In NYC To Reduce Calorie ConsumptionThe announcement was made at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City and comes as the country's three biggest soda makers face pressure over the role of sugary drinks in fueling obesity rates.
Seen At 11: Flavored, Fortified And Fizzy Water -- Is It All Safe?When it comes to drinking water, it is no longer just a choice between bottled or tap – there is flavored, fizzy and even vitamin-infused water. And some question whether all of the choices are safe.
City Launches CalCutter App For Home CooksThe free mobile app announced Wednesday will let cooks enter the ingredients of a recipe and it will calculate the number of calories per serving.
Mixed Reaction To Quinn's Demand For Nutrition Rules For Restaurant Kids' MealsCity Council Speaker Christine Quinn opposed Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on 16-ounce sodas, but now, she herself has called for a ban on unhealthy food for children.
The Truth About Calories & SugarCelebrity trainer and author Jorge Cruise's new book "The 100: Count ONLY Sugar Calories and Lose Up to 18 lbs. in 2 Weeks" puts Carolina, John and Lisa to the test in order to determine what foods have hidden sugars and just how much is in each.
Bloomberg Touts NYC Sugary Drink Ban Set To Take Effect TuesdayBloomberg said it is in the country's interest to do something about empty calories and high sugar intake, which can lead to a host of health problems.
Breakfast On The Go May Not Be As Healthy As You Think
Government Calls For Stricter Guidelines For School LunchesHold the French fries -- for the first time in 15 years the government is proposing new, healthier guidelines for school lunches.