Teens are next to sacrifice after their parents. Food is given to their younger siblings.
Lack of sleep has always been linked to poor diet, weight gain and overeating.
A new app developed by researchers at the National Taiwan University Hospital Yunlin can help parents get a bit closer to knowing what their baby is fussing over.
The "hunger hormone" ghrelin helps rats with restricted feeding schedules learn to eat more, according to a recent study.
Walking and eating doesn't necessarily sound like a bad thing, right? Maybe not the most comfortable meal but nothing negative.
Spinach extract may actually reduce both hunger and cravings.
The effects of starvation could be handed down for generations. Scientists have found that starvation early in life can alter an organism for generations to come.
New findings published in the Journal of Nutrition reveal that afternoon snacks high in soy protein may help satisfy hunger and reduce the risk of future unhealthy habits in teens.
Baboons that are born in lean times may actually be more vulnerable to food shortages later in life.
Although the main function of eating is to fulfill our nutritional needs, a study conducted by the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston has found that mere hunger is the real reason humans seek food.
Can obesity be a socially transmitted disease? In some cases, it might be. Scientists have found that social norms influence food choices. This, in turn, can influence whether or not a person tends toward obesity or not.
Should you eat quickly or slowly? As obesity rates rise in the United States, more and more people are trying to find out ways to keep off the pounds. Now, scientists have found that eating quickly may impair our relationship between our sensory signals and processes that regulate exactly how much w...