"The change in dietary advice to promote low-fat foods is perhaps the biggest mistake in modern medical history."
New research—based, oddly enough, on old data—suggests that consuming vegetables oils high in linoleic acids does not, in fact, reduce the risk of heart disease or overall mortality.
A study of 1,000 men over 21 years has found that eating foods high in cholesterol—such as eggs—doesn't really have any impact on whether or not you develop heart disease.
You can stop lapsing into an anxious sweat every day you miss your morning bowl of cereal, fearing imminent morbid obesity, heart disease, or excruciating constipation.
According to a recent study, butter is doing nothing good for your arteries. Oddly enough, that study was sponsored by the butter industry.
Just remember this: you may feel better ordering foie gras than French fries, but it doesn’t make a damn difference whether you have a white tablecloth or not once it’s in your stomach.
The image of vegans as limp-wristed, hemp-wearing sissies is long-gone. Some athletes are now forgoing meat as a protein source altogether, preferring to get their power from plants. We spoke to a world champion freerunner who swapped steaks for ten...
The health and performance enhancing credentials of bulletproof coffee, a.k.a. butter coffee, are impressive. But it's not a concoction to fuck around with—the blend of a strong caffeine hit and saturated fats can have quite the effect on your insides.