Health does cost money: You have to spend to nourish yourself properly and maintain your environment in a clean, healthful state. None of this costs as much as being sick or even just feeling sub par. And you can control the cost with commonsense approaches.
In 2017, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, the expert panel that decides which treatments should be offered for free under Obamacare, found that the decisive factor in obesity care was not the diet patients went on, but how much attention and support they received while they were on it.
Michael Pollan gets the prize for brevity, for his seven-word motto to live by, “Eat food. Mostly Plants. Not too much.” Robert Lustig’s version is a little longer, but well worth remembering
We’ve seen over and over that willpower will not produce weight control. How can I make it easier to manage my weight? OK, here are two methods supported by research
Fall sees a rash of “pumpkin spice” products – hot drinks, baked goods, liqueurs, and this morning I even saw pumpkin spice breakfast cereal. Apart from being a delightful seasonal treat, what can pumpkin spice do for you, nutritionally?