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The Case To End Dieting Forever

The Mediterranean diet. Atkins. Juicing. Low-carb. Low-fat. There are so many diets out there, too many. And one UMass professor wants to let you know […]


What to Eat Before, During, and After Your Race

Logging miles on the treadmill isn’t the only thing you need to do to prepare for a race—your diet can also have a major impact […]


Study: Do Low-Fat Diets Work for Weight Loss?

With a new food tied to health risks seemingly every day—this week’s processed meats news comes to mind—it may seem like an all-lettuce diet is […]


Q&A: Dr. David Katz of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center

Heading to the Whole Grains: Breaking Barriers conference this past November, I was excited to listen to a lecture on the grain-shunning Paleo diet. This […]

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Real Weight Loss: Sarah and Donald Baum

Names: Sarah and Donald Baum Ages: 30 and 63 Locations: Medford and Bolton Total weight loss: Both lost roughly 100 pounds When Sarah Baum decided to get bariatric […]


How to Get Started on the Mediterranean Diet

Inspired by the eating habits of Greece, Southern Italy, and Spain in the 1940s and ’50s, the Mediterranean diet is a delicious, low-carb way to […]

What’s Up With the Mediterranean Diet?

What cardiologists want you to know Most of us have heard about the Mediterranean diet, which has generated interest from both the media and the […]


Your Genes May Help You Lose Weight

Ask just about any nutritionist what we should be eating, and she’ll say the same thing: It depends. Some people feel great when they cut […]


The Tufts-Developed ‘Instinct Diet’ May Stop Junk Food Cravings

Susan Roberts, a senior scientist at the Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, was tired of diets based on just one idea—like simply […]

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Football Party Slim Down

The worst enemy of everyone’s New Year’s resolution is coming soon to a shiny HDTV near you: playoff football. The Super Bowl is only a […]


Five 2020 Food Trends to Look for from Boston-Based Food Experts

Buh-bye, soy milk. So long, avocado toast. And sayonara, celery juice. As we approach the turn of the decade and say goodbye to 2019, it’s […]


By Heather Maloney BIDMC Correspondent   Everyone knows that exercise and proper hydration go hand-in-hand, but what’s the best way to stay hydrated? And how […]

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18 Healthy Things to Do This Week in Boston

Monday Pla! Fit: Head to Boston Art Inc. to join the Professional Ladies Association for a yoga session followed by healthy snacks and networking. Free, 4 […]


I Tried It: EmbodyDNA from Lose It

Did you know that thinking about lemons helps you salivate? This is the kind of information that comes in handy when you’ve been spitting into […]


This Is What Happens When a Professional Chef and a Personal Trainer Make an App

I have a friend who is 40-years-old, yet has the body of a 20-year-old. I used to watch her eat spoonfuls of peanut butter, order […]