"Down to Earth," hosted by Zac Efron, is just one new show on the platform to peddle pseudoscience about health.
Five experts weighed in on what's considered healthy and normal when it comes to pooping frequency.
I took a look at the good, bad and smelly effects a 72-hour fast has on the body.
The right amount is often somewhere between "more than you might think, but less than 'as much as you can possibly get.'"
Everything from what you eat to where you live and work affects your microbiome.
The body-positive pop star's new nutrition plan is too time-consuming and too little food for the average non-celebrity star to follow.
As meal replacement evangelists promote Huel and Soylent for saving them time and money, I thought I'd see if they're really all they're cracked up to be.
You might want to read this before you decide to start living off of butter, bacon and bourbon.
Many of us probably know people who've lost weight by cutting carbs, but it’s not a sustainable diet, or a particularly healthy one.
Experts are increasingly calling out "superfoods" like kale, almonds and blueberries for what they really are – something between wishful thinking and really effective marketing.
There’s almost no proof that going gluten-free will do the average person any favours.