In a city where food can be found in nearly every street and at every corner, it's obvious that many Hongkongers live to eat. Dr Joel Fuhrman wants you to do the opposite: eat to live.
In a study titled "Myths, Presumptions, and Facts about Obesity" published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine, the authors scoured popular media and scientific literature for obesity-...
How many calories does a Portobello vegan tempeh burger with mayo and pesto sauce, and a side of kale salad dressed in peanut sauce, have?
Eating too much protein and not enough carbohydrate
Carbohydrate is the main source of fuel for the body. By restricting carbohydrate, the body goes into a state called ketosis...
Let's learn to be more forgiving
We might get into fights with people. If we feel wronged by somebody, we might hate that person. we might want to get even.
The battle of the bulge has spilled into the workplace in Hong Kong as office staff are increasingly leading a sedentary life.
I am concerned about those people who attach too much importance to being slim and to dieting, which can lead to them ignoring their health.
Appearance is important for youngsters and many go to extreme lengths to look good. Extreme dieting and plastic surgery are not uncommon and can cause more harm than good.