This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about raising children as vegetarians, how to stay healthy in the colder weather, the risks of buying breast milk online and the effects of spanking your kids.
Summer is a great time to add delicious seasonal fruits to your diet. But did you know some are loaded with nutrients that can help you slim down?
Registered dietician Keri Glassman visited The Couch to teach us about the Mediterranean Diet, which focuses on lighter, smaller meals, and replacing butter and salt with healthy fats and spices.
A mother, Dara-Lynn Weiss, told the world why she put her 7-year-old daughter on a strict diet for a piece in Vogue magazine. Now Weiss tells all in her memoir, The Heavy.
Abby Ellin, editor-at-large for fitsmi.com and author of the book Teenage Waistland, joined us to discuss the issue of teenage obesity and offered eight tips for families to fight the battle together.
Getting to the gym regularly is only part of the battle. A new diet trend says that time plays a major role in shedding unwanted weight.
New Jersey residents are being offered an incentive to lose weight.
Are you tired of eating tons of food and having to live with your choices? Had enough with dangerous calorie absorption and that boring old digestive system?
Dietitian Sharon Richter visited The Couch to tell us about the popular methods out there — and the pros and cons of “detox” diets.
Dr. Ramani Durvasula is the author of “You Are Why You Eat,” and she visited The Couch to shed some insight into why we may be stuck in a rut when it comes to weight loss.
Nutrition and fitness expert JJ Virgin is the author of The Virgin Diet. According to her, avoiding seven problem foods for seven days can lead to dropping seven pounds.
New York City chef Chef Jesse Schenker, owner of Recette in the West Village, recently lost 50 pounds by changing his diet. He visited The Couch to show us how to make a delicious vegetable roast strain entree.
Ashley Koff, dietician and co-author of “Mom Energy,” hit The Couch to share her tips for making sure we get the nutrients we need – from busy moms to finicky kids.
Dr. Drew Ramsey, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and author of the Happiness Diet, visited The Couch to talk about the connection between diet and disorder.
The study suggests married people have a stronger support network, compared to single people who likely have fewer health benefits and lower income.