Each week in Health Buzz we feature stories from DietsInReview.com and feature those from our partners and friends around the web to keep you up to date on the latest in health, fitness and diet.
This week, hear the latest from the 17 Day Diet and find the healthiest fast food menu options. From Prevention Magazine we share why dancing is serious calorie burner. From That’s Fit, home workout tools that fit into any budget. And from USA Today, why teens who undergo weight loss surgery are experiencing bone loss.
Plus, this week’s featured recipe comes from Chef Rocco Dispirito.
At 31-ounces of iced coffee or tea, the Starbucks Trenta size is hardly anything to lose sleep over. However, at 64 ounces, almost the size of a 2-liter, the 7-Eleven Double Big Gulp is a calorie catastrophe. (more…)
The fast-food giant is being called out for the less than 35 percent beef used in their tacos and burritos. However, Taco Bell is fighting back saying they use 88 percent, plus a secret ingredient, in these “truth ads.”
The USDA and HHS released the pentennial report with new nutritional recommendations for Americans. Included is direction for consuming less sodium, sugar and saturated fat, and consuming more fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
We weren’t exactly shocked to learn that these hologram bracelets, sported by average Joes and NBA greats Shaq and Kobe, did nothing more for your health or sense of balance than any other piece of plastic.
The diets and weight loss plans you can expect to hear a lot of buzz as everyone takes on their new resolutions are on this list. The 10 popular diets include The 17 Day Diet, Weight Watchers PointsPlus and Suzanne Somers’ Sexy Forever.
You wouldn’t eat a candy bar for breakfast, so why eat a smoothie that has as much sugar as four Mounds bars? We’ve compared 10 popular breakfast items, some considered “healthy,” to the amount of sugar in candy. You’ll be shocked, and want to makeover your morning meal.
The new book by Dr. Mike Moreno is primed to be the next big thing in dieting. Learn more about this low-carb, cycled method of eating that’s supposed to improve your metabolism for weight loss. Also, check out the Dr. Moreno’s appearance on Dr. Phil below.
With millions of Americans living with one kind of food allergy or another, it can make navigating holidays meals a trying task. Here are some tips to make it easier, whether you’re a dinner guest or the hostess.
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