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Let’s face it — not all of us eat healthy all the time, and on top of that, we tend to take in alcohol and other toxins with our diets. Can a colonic come to the rescue? Let’s face it — not all of us eat healthy all the time, and on top of that, …

If you think low-calorie means healthy, you might want to read this. Women seem to be almost innately programmed to check the calorie content of every food — after all, we’ve always heard that weight loss (or maintenance) is all about calories in versus calories out. But to look and feel your best, there are …

Findings of research on mice could mean re-colonising obese people’s guts with healthy, lean-triggering bacteria could help them lose weight Bacteria growing naturally in the human gut could be playing a decisive role in determining whether someone becomes overweight or obese Rex Features Bacteria growing naturally in the human gut could be playing a decisive …

Want to lose 25 pounds now? Sure, it’s a tall order. But if you follow these 10 steps, it doesn’t have to feel like a mission impossible. You can shed weight quickly, depending on how much you have to lose and how focused you remain. Oftentimes, simple, easy changes can help you see results right …

Kia Horton was thin as a little girl. “Like fit your fingers around (my) ankles skinny,” she recalls. But at 5, she says, she became a victim of sexual abuse, triggering more than a decade of poor eating habits. By the time she started eighth grade, she was borderline obese. At 15, Horton weighed almost 200 …

It’s time to clear several major misconceptions about losing weight and what’s healthy. If I’m thin then I’m healthy, right? Wrong. There are several misconceptions people have about weight, losing it and what’s healthy. Here’s the low-down on some myths we’re better off busting. Kids have to lose weight to shed obesity: As children grow, they …

Eating so-called comfort foods with large amounts of fat and sugar has been shown to vastly improve people’s moods. A report in the Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science suggests that drawing pictures of unhealthy food can also have positive effects on mood. From September to November 2012, researchers recruited 61 students from St. Bonaventure …