A fatty liver can arrive like a stealth bomber—without warning pain or nausea to alert you. It has the potential to progress to a more serious chronic liver disease such as cirrhosis, unless you take significant lifestyle action.
Feeling sluggish? Lacking concentration or fighting flab? The contents of your fridge may be to blame. The quantity stored there and their position directly influence what you eat and drink. What does your fridge say about you?
If you’re a woman who’s put on a bit of weight and finding it difficult to lose, or if you’re struggling with facial hair, acne or irregular periods, chances are you have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Mothers, what you eat during pregnancy influences not only your own wellbeing but that of your baby. Your diet can program your baby's future risk of developing obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Breakfast is brain food for kids. While skipping breakfast is a bad idea for anyone, kids will feel the impact more. They have a higher ratio of brain weight to liver weight, which means that their brain's overnight demand for glucose more quickly outstri