Americans relied upon brand-name diets for years, jumping from Jenny Craig to Lean Cuisine to Weight Watchers in an effort to help lose weight. The days of Americans leaning on promises of shredding fat through low-calorie, low-fat diet programs seems to be over, however, according to industry analysts and nutritionists.read more
The advent of the gluten-free diet is an interesting one. Although the science behind celiac disease has long been understood, in recent years consumers have begun to associate a gluten-free diet with a number of health and lifestyle benefits. The diet has impacted both celebrities and small-town America in equal force, and although the science is still being debated, many have argued that the removal of gluten from their diets is a life-changing event.read more
It's an oft-cited cliche, but it's often cited for a reason: Americans love to make New Year's resolutions every January 1, and those resolutions are usually tied to weight management in some form. New diets, renewed gym memberships and a focus on healthy living figured prominently for many Americans in previous years. This year, however, could be somewhat different.read more
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