Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

Whole avocado fruit and two halves in a row isolated on yellow background.

The results from the longest study on avocados are in

While always being front and center in Mexican, Ethiopian, and Brazilian cuisine, an avocado obsession has swept across the rest of the world over the past 10 years. It’s pretty much a given that every hip cafe will include an ‘avocado smash’ on their menu, and you’ll be able to spot this Read More...

Kulusuk village, east Greenland.

For Greenlanders, eating sugar is significantly healthier

Sugar is vital for humans to survive as fuels us with energy, that’s why mother nature made the sweet treat so delicious! Although, for some members of the human race sugar has been found to supply significantly more health benefits than most. "Adult Greenlanders with the genetic variation Read More...

Understanding weekly fluctuati

Understanding weekly fluctuations can help maximize weight loss

Researchers at Cornell have uncovered a natural weekly rhythm in weight changes that can help maintain a stable weight or even increase the benefits of a weight-loss program. They analyzed daily weight measurements in 80 people over a period of 15 to 330 days, and found that weight typically Read More...

David Ludwig: Child obesity ex

David Ludwig: Child obesity expert

Food activist and author, Michael Pollan, says David Ludwig is a "pioneering researcher, clinician and writer who is making a difference in the fight against child obesity." Wroth,Carmel | Jan/Feb 2010 issue David Ludwig, Director, Obesity Program, Children's Hospital, Boston. Photo: Jason Read More...