Ask A DFW Expert: Keeping Your Weight Loss ResolutionEvery year, millions of people make a new year’s resolution to lose weight. We join the gym in January and by April our weight loss resolution is a distant memory, with little to no results. Surely there has to be a better way to reach weight loss goals.
MD Anderson Study Looks At Meat Consumption & Kidney Cancer RiskAnother study suggests easing up on the steaks and pushing back from barbecued, grilled meat.
State Obesity Rates Hold Steady; 30% Or More In Texas & 21 StatesNew government data shows that in most states, the rate of adult obesity is not moving. Results from a telephone survey show obesity rates stayed about the same in 45 states last year.
Dr. Ian Smith Talks "Shred" Diet CookbookIt's time for food, but what should you eat? Do you stay on the diet, or go for whatever looks good? Dr. Ian Smith has a new cookbook that offers flavorful options for his 'Shred' diet plan.
Top 5 ‘Superfoods’ You’re Probably Not EatingInstead of focusing on what you shouldn’t be eating, Angela Lemond, RDN with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics said a healthy diet should be focused on what you should be eating.
‘Little’ North Texas Town Encouraging Residents To Get In ShapeThe Town of Little Elm thinks it's too big – and we’re not talking population. To combat the issue, the city is asking residents there to get on the scale.
Healing Yourself With FoodIn 2015, many of us have made resolutions for a healthier lifestyle, and some people believe that you can eat your way to a healthier new year by adding more vegetables and eliminating sugar.
Plano Man Living With Deadly Condition Thankful To See Another HolidayPlano man alive to celebrate holiday season a wonder to doctors and others who suffer the same deadly disease.
J.J. Smith's Pineapple Spinach SmoothieThis pineapple smoothie recipe from bestselling author J.J. Smith tastes great and will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
Study: Action-Packed TV Might Make You Snack More Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That's the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely paced talk show.
DFW Doctor Says Meditation Helps Weight LossDr. Fabrizio Manzini believes that weight loss may be more about self-help than sacrifice, and says that science is starting to support the 'meditation as medicine' philosophy.
Study: Meat, Dairy May Be As Detrimental To Health As Smoking Eating a diet heavy on meat and cheese may be as harmful to you as smoking a cigarette, researchers claim.