New research has concluded that some calories are more harmful than others — and it's good news for those who are already doing more than counting calories to be healthy. The paper, published in Obesity Reviews by 22 American scientists from different universities, provides further evidence to suggest that if you want to reduce your risk of diseases associated with obesity you should be looking at the nutritional value of what you eat, and not just how many calories it may contain. A healthy diet is based on more than just "energy balance."
If you’ve been hanging out in your drug store’s vitamin aisle lately, you’ve probably bumped into the newest cool kid on the block: biotin. This beauty supplement has a street rep for making some pretty big promises to the ladies: It claims to give you hard-ass nails, hair that’s sleek AF, and flawless skin that could only otherwise be achieved by a Snap filter.