The revealing new book that shows the key to health and weight loss isn’t which foods we eat―it’s the microbes already inside usWhat should we eat? It’s a simple and fundamental question that still bewilders us, despite a...
In this revolutionary weight-loss program informed by more than 1,200 scientific studies, fitness and diet expert Jonathan Bailor offers concrete evidence that the calorie-counting model of weight loss doesn’t work. In fact, cutting-edge...
I was rather disheartened to discover that The New York Times decided to start off the year by pretending to dispel diet myths, while actually propagating the biggest of them all. The great dietary shibboleth of our time is that no two experts in
In “The Diet Myth: Why the Secret to Health and Weight Loss Is Already in Your Gut,” the genetic epidemiologist Tim Spector describes how gut microbes interact with genes and diet. The book is structured as a takedown of diet myths, but it's much more
When realisation strikes, some women succumb to fad diets that recommend "super" foods to burn fat, only one type of food, or even skipping meals for quick weight-loss. Ankita Mallik, associate HRM with an NGO, started skipping dinner and breakfast
And it is more beneficial to blend the diet based on activity and exercise. For example, begin with a diet that is 35 per cent unsaturated fat, 35 per cent protein and 30 per cent carbohydrates but, as your activity level increases, add more
“truths” about food, exercise and dieting. But guess what? Nearly every notion that I had in my head was wrong. Here are the top eight common myths that are sabotaging your diet-and-exercise success — and corresponding ways to press the reset button.