Stay Slim! Ten Foods You Should Eat For Breakfast to Keep You Fit
Watermelon sometimes gets a bad rap for being high in sugar, but the fruit has some impressive health benefits.
Research conducted at the University of Kentucky showed that eating watermelon may improve lipid profiles and lower fat accumulation. Better yet, a study among athletes by the Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena in Spain found watermelon juice to help reduce the level of muscle soreness
Green tea works magic when it comes to weight-loss. Green tea — a humble drink that’s been cherished as a health miracle for centuries, but one that science is finally coalescing around.
Literally hundreds of studies, found in The 17-Day Green Tea Diet, have been carried out to document the health benefits of catechins, the group of antioxidants concentrated in the leaves of tea plants. And the most powerful of all catechins, a compound called epigallocatechin gallate, or EGCG, is found almost exclusively in green tea.