eating

Most Annoying Coworker Habits

Finding harmony in the office can be challenging considering one in three workers say they've left a job because of an annoying coworker or coworkers. One in five people say that they have one coworker who annoys them on a regular basis, while 73% say they have been two and five who do. Of the five...
Read More

Avoid These 5 Holiday Eating Mistakes

Thanksgiving is just days away, which means the holiday parties are coming up and of course Christmas and New Year’s; each of which involves a lot of food and the self-loathing of the average of nine pounds we gain during this time of the year. You can enjoy holiday foods without the guilt,...
Read More

Eating Alone May Be Dangerous For Your Health

Next time you see someone eating alone you may want to pull up a chair and sit with them. A new report shows that eating alone may put people at an increased risk for heart disease and diabetes. The study found the risks are greater in men than women but in short, people eating alone two to three...
Read More

Expecting Mothers May Need More Meat in Their Diet

A new report links not eating enough meat during pregnancy to a high risk your child will have a drinking or drug problem. The study for 15-year olds were almost twice as likely to indulge in underage drinking and smoking nearly three times as likely to be smoke weed if their mothers who did not...
Read More

American's are bad at dieting past Wednesday

Sticking to a healthy diet can be a real challenge, and new data from GrubHub proves it. The new report from the food delivery site reveals the two dishes people are ordering more of each day compared to other days of the week. Monday through Wednesday saw various types of salad being ordered most...
Read More

How To Stop Stress-Eating

There is little doubt that stress can wreak havoc on your body and mind. For many people reaching for a bag of chips or unwrapping a candy bar is how we cope, which is called stress eating. Why stress eating is so common is because of how our bodies work. Stress causes he hormone, cortisol, to be...
Read More

American's aren't going out for lunch anymore?

Americans aren't going out for lunch the way we used to, with market research firm NPD Group finding that we made 433 million fewer trips to restaurants at lunch time last year. That's the lowest level in at least four decades! The Wall Street Journal writes, " Many U.S. workers now see stealing...
Read More

Clean Eating For Your Pet

Eating healthy is going beyond ourselves as the health food market continues to grow for pets. In many instances, our dogs and cats have some of the same health issues as we do, which is why many veterinarians are suggesting pet owners change their pet's food. One vet has put together a clean...
Read More

Eating Out For Lunch Everyday Is Dangerous To Your Health

Opting to eat out for lunch today instead of bringing it from home? While an occasional lunch out is OK, having too many lunches out not only can leave you broke but can be dangerous to your health. Writers for a new book, Packed, say that restaurants routinely offer lunches that are too high in...
Read More

Cancer Rates For Women Growing Six Times Faster Than For Men

Some disturbing news from a report that says cancer rates for women are rising six times faster than in men. Estimates predict that over the next 20 years, cancer rates for men will rise half a percent and a staggering 3% for women. By 2035, 4.5 million women and 4.8 million men will be diagnosed...
Read More

Pages