A little more carrot and a little less stick may be the trick to maintaining a balanced diet, exercising more, and drinking less. That’s according to a new study from an international team of psychology researchers published in the journal
Cooking at home is the best of both worlds, according to new research: it’s healthier and cheaper than eating out! The downside, of course, is that you have to cook. The study asked 437 Seattle-area adults about their eating habits,
It’s easy to think of eating healthy as a long game. Sure, it’s more work now, but it’ll pay off years down the road. But a new study published in PLoS One is suggesting that if you eat your broccoli
It’s common knowledge that New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken, but you don’t know the half of it. Studies looking at how people’s renewed commitments to healthy living tend to play out come January have found some disturbing
That moment when part of you wants another chocolate chip cookie and part of you knows it’s probably time to call it quits. One one hand: that smooth chocolate and that soft cookie dough. On the other hand: your health.
Last week I wrote about a study on what happy people tweet. But there’s some research out that looks at another question: what do happy people eat? I always just assumed there must be a strong positive relationship between number
A recent study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health has suggested that eating a lot of fish may help reduce the risk of depression. Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders, with most families affected