A study found that eating a big breakfast didn’t boost people’s metabolisms. However, it also found that there is some truth to the claim that eating a big breakfast can aid weight loss.
A new study pitted the keto diet against the Mediterranean. It had mixed results. Keto was slightly better for blood sugar, but there wasn't a clear-cut winner.
A new report has found that people don’t diet for the same reasons they used to. With that in mind, the old way of dieting doesn’t fit these new goals.
It’s rare to have a diet that is wonderful for some people yet awful for others. But, the low-residue diet can be helpful to people with intestinal health concerns but possibly disastrous for people with blood sugar concerns.