'Don't eat anything your great grandmother wouldn't recognize as food' an author of the study told Newsweek.
Scientists studied hundreds of athletes across sports including swimming, cycling, soccer, rowing, hockey, sailing and athletics.
Scientists combed through data on over 100,000 people for the study.
"...the cravings can last weeks, months, and even years."
Fruit is a lot sweeter than it used to be.
The printer uses a process called free-form printing to create intricate structures.
Report published at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna.
Surprisingly, diet sodas weren't associated with increased cancer risk.
The sugar coma is real.
After a study funded by Big Sugar began to show that sucrose may have an adverse effect on health, the research was covered up—until now.
Is it even Halloween if you don't binge on chocolate?
The findings may help explain why some tumors are more aggressive than others.
Cheaper soda is likely to lead to higher rates of obesity, diabetes and cancer worldwide, according to a new report from the CDC and American Cancer Society.
Public health campaigners disheartened by the government's latest childhood obesity strategy draft.
New FDA rules will require manufacturers to disclose how much sugar has been added to processed foods.