diets

How Difficult Is It To Follow Macrobiotic, Paleo Diets? We Asked Gwyneth's Chef.

The raw truth behind 5 hot dietary disciplines
Jan 16, 2014 1:00 pm

Lee Gross  studied alternative health sciences at the esteemed Kushi Institute and served as the personal chef of Gwyneth Paltrow. Here, he breaks down some of today’s hottest dietary disciplines.

The All-New 100% Can't Fail SlimQuik Hyper-Locavore Diet

This is our favorite diet from Healthy Living Week
Jan 15, 2014 11:00 am

 The problem that most people have with New Years' diets is that they're too difficult to stick to. They have too many special rules to follow and too many special ingredients to buy. Luckily, I have a solution. It's the 100% Can't-Fail SlimQuik Hyper-Locavore Diet and it's going to change your life completely. You never have to leave the house again until you're no longer an enormous monstrosity!

Green Is The New Gold: The Raw Facts On How Juicing Is Taking Over Our Lives

Pulverized plant matter might be here to stay
Jan 15, 2014 9:00 am

Where this green-themed gold rush may be headed is murkier than your typical kale-apple-ginger-spinach-celery-lemon blend. Is it just some passing fad? Or a revolution in the way we think and drink? Reporter Chris Shott digs in down to the dirty pulp of the matter, in this in-depth look at America's hottest food trend, exclusively from Food Republic.

A Generation Of Fatheads: 10 Diets That Help You Lose Weight, Might Kill You

Carb-less, kale-ful, with a serving of nonsense
Jan 14, 2014 9:00 am

The New Year is here, and chances are that you've at least considered the possibility of following some sort of diet. You know that shedding those few extra pounds is at the top of your resolutions list, but are unsure about exactly which healthy eating plan to follow. That's where we come in. We've researched and listed some diets that you probably shouldn't undertake in your quest to drop a waist size or two. Don't say we didn't warn you.

On Day 1 Of Healthy Living Week I Find Myself Unmotivated

I learn it's best to ease into these things slowly
Jan 13, 2014 11:30 am

I need to ease into Healthy Living Week, because I almost stopped to get a green juice this morning, then I decided "gross, nope, not today." I'm not getting called out on a Monday though, so here are a few "transition lunches" to keep me (and you, if you also had jambalaya and too much wine last night) from going into shock.

Dear Mr. Bloomberg, You Were Right: Those Soda Portions Are Too Large

As NYC's mayor exits, a report backs his theories
Jan 2, 2014 10:00 am

As we start the new year thinking about our health and ways to improve it, outgoing NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg is likely thinking about his beach vacation. His biggest gift to the city, and to the whole country, was pushed back in his face and refused when a court struck down his proposed soda ban. The evidence is mounting that we all should have listened to him. 

The Paleo Diet For Idiots: 3 Crucial Pieces Of Knowledge

Be the informed caveman your friends all talk about
Sep 26, 2013 9:00 am

Although it's pretty much COMPLETELY IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW how cavemen ate, the Paleo diet asks you to cut out dairy. And flour. And sugar. And beans. And pretty much anything that wasn't around for Paleolithic man. Here's what that all means and how not to be a dick should you embark on that journey.

Inside The Crazy World Of NFL Diets

Players going extreme, vegan, superstitious
Sep 19, 2013 11:00 am

We’re not exactly qualified here at Food Republic to debate the purported benefits and potential consequences of extreme diets in the NFL. But we’ve done our research and rounded up some players’ eating habits. These athletes show that the nutritional choices being made in the league are both diverse and surprising. Let’s take a look.

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