Each week, DietsInReview.com will recap the hottest headlines in weight loss, diet and health news to keep you informed of news you can really use.
This is alarming news that parents, educators and even teens should take to heart. Recent research shows a great suicide risk for teens that are overweight or believe that they are, regardless of gender. Our mental health professional, Brooke Randolph, asks how we can work together to get teens on board with living healthy lifestyles.
As President Obama’s health care plan starts gaining traction, there is more and more discussion taking place about health care in our country. Nutritionist Kinsey Lowrey explains how disease prevention costs less in the long run – both financially and on our health – and how it’s simple to implement small changes toward that goal.
We hear from every health source that we can reap health benefits just by introducing the slightest amount of physical activity into our routine. Fitness expert Matt Johnson explains the 10,000 steps per day walking program and how using a pedometer can help you move more.
When it comes to weight loss, these four brand names are probably the most recognizable. And they’ve got a few things many of today’s quick-fix diets don’t – longevity, reputation and results. Take a look at our side-by-side comparison of these popular diets to see if one is right for you.
New research is suggesting that if you just say no to the extras on your food, like ketchup, relish, etc., you can shed some weight. But not so much because of the extra calories, even though that would help too, it’s more about evidence that shows condiments make people consume more food.
New Diet Reviews
We’re constantly updating our library of diet reviews. This week the new additions are: