Do eggs increase ovarian cancer risk?
Q: Is there a nutritional difference between apple cider and apple juice?
Q: I have been sticking with my exercise program for three months and haven’t lost a pound of my excess weight. What am I doing wrong?
Q: Are smoothies a good choice to help me lose weight?
Q: How accurate is the information treadmills and step machines provide about calories burned?
When eating vegetarian meals, is it important to choose food combinations that provide complementary protein?
Q: I’ve done a lot of diets with strict rules but usually end up gaining the weight back. I don’t know how else to keep eating under control to get back to a healthier weight. What do you suggest?
Is it true that coffee lowers cancer risk? If so, does the type of coffee roast or the way it’s prepared make a difference?
Q: How does almond milk compare nutritionally to soymilk and cow’s milk?
Q: Is it true that weight loss can improve problems with urinary incontinence?
Q: I need to get more active, but how can I when I don’t have anyone to watch my young children while I work out, and I don’t get much exercise when I try to do it with them?
Q: The biggest barrier keeping me from being as active as I know I should be is that I’m just too tired. How can I get the energy to be active?
Q: I’d like to eat avocados more often, but I have trouble getting them at the right stage of ripeness and using them before they turn mushy. What’s the secret?
Is it true that eating several small amounts of food throughout the morning could rev up my metabolism and help me lose weight better than eating one breakfast?
Are there foods or nutrients that can protect my skin from damage due to sun exposure?