Former U.S. gymnast Shawn Johnson opens up about concerns that her body image issues would resurface during pregnancy.
Medical experts are still mystified about what exactly causes an autoimmune disease. But now, fascinating new research shows that your gut bacteria may play an important role.
While most foods are still being inspected, experts recommend that consumers who are immunocompromised (like pregnant women) stay away from things like deli meat, store-bought salads, and unwashed vegetables.
“This sets a bad example,” says registered dietitian Jessica Cording. “It’s perpetuating this idea that college students are supposed to be eating junk food. It’s a missed opportunity to show that healthy food can be accessible, enjoyable, and fuel young athletes.”
The internet is not pleased by a Harvard professor's recommended serving of fries. Here's why nutritionists think he's right.
As a part of her cover story for Women's Health, Vanessa Hudgens took part in a diet known as intermittent fasting. Here's why experts don't recommend the diet.
Lyndi Cohen is a woman on a mission. In a bid to better understand the public’s perception of “normal,” Cohen said she was disheartened to see that every altered image made her slimmer. Cohen, who is an Australian size 10 (a US/Canada 6) shared her before and after photos to Instagram, urging others to embrace health over a Photoshopped version of perfection.
Khloé Kardashian is already looking fantastic after giving birth to her daughter True, but the reality star says she's having trouble losing the last few pounds of weight. Experts weigh in on the plateau.
“A lot of people have been asking me how I’ve slimmed down lately so I just wanted to share that I’ve used the Optavia program,” Buddy Valastro shared on Instagram. But what does that mean?
With all of the latest green diets, juice cleanses and popular detoxes, it’s no surprise that food is often the subject of social media scrutiny. While it’s not expected that everyone follow the same extreme green juice principles, it is common knowledge that some days — and cravings — just call for an easy, fast hunger fix.But according to the Canadian Community Health Survey, in 2015, more than 26% of Canadians were considered obese. Measuring a body mass index of 30 or more, experts believe there is a connection between body mass and the consumption of processed food.Whatever your guilty pleasure is, when it comes to processed food, one study is encouraging consumers to read the label before digging in. Women’s Health rounded up a guide to dangerous ingredients in processed foods — click through the gallery for seven ingredients you should watch out for and let us know what you think!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
A pediatric nutritionist responds to McDonald's plans to cut cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meals and introduce new calorie limits.
"It’s more about looking at your diet within the context of a whole day - and eating the damn salt and vinegar crisps if that’s want you actually want."
As a professional dancer, singer, and actress, Julianne Hough has a lot on her plate—in more ways than one! To fuel the two-time Dancing with the Stars champ’s busy work days and involved workouts, she chooses whole foods, indulges in moderation, and hydrates aplenty. Before her pre-breakfast workout, Julianne blends one cucumber with spinach, kale, a pear, celery, carrot, a green apple, ginger, lemon, and beets for the ultimate green juice that fuels her intense workout without weighing her down.