Rearranging your household could help you lose weight. And not merely because you’d burn calories moving the sofa. It’s called the obesogenic environment, and it means your environment affects your waistline.
Jodi Remenap, Executive Chef, and Kiki Heinzer, CEO of Clean LA, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about their meal delivery service!
Tri-City Regional Medical Center, ABC Unified and city officials Wednesday launched Activate Hawaiian Gardens, a program focused on reducing childhood obesity.
In the wintertime, it may be tempting to keep your kids indoors in front of the television or to let them spend a rainy day playing video games. There are many alternative cold weather activities for kids in Orange County, and it’s important that parents encourage their kids to stay active despite the rain or chill. Small lifestyle changes are what Linda Franks from Kid Healthy advocates to maintain lifelong good health.
Los Angeles schools will receive more than a quarter million dollars in federal prize money for winning “Healthier US Schools Challenge” awards for promoting nutrition and physical activities.
USA water polo player and Olympic gold medalist Kelly Rulon appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to talk about the summer games and the role nutrition played.
CrossFit is the hot new fitness trend that is currently taking the world by storm! It works by challenging the body with an ever-changing set of exercises crammed into an intense, 20-minute “Workout of the Day.” Cheryl Brost stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about exercise, nutrition and her upcoming appearance at the 2012 CrossFit Games.
With sloppy Joes on their way out and healthier food now on the menu, school officials are fighting to keep the popular trucks away from their campuses.
Nutritionist Sara Vance visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to give viewers heart healthy tips to lower cholesterol.
A group of health activists are calling on McDonald’s shareholders to give the boot to the world’s most famous clown.
This is my first time “blogging” so I thought I’d start a blog on wellness… as it’s something that I’m very interested in.
Researchers say a study called the largest of its kind shows toddlers who have a diet high in processed foods may end up with a slightly lower IQ in their adult years.
Z.E.N., which stands for Zero Effort Nutrition, is not just another Diet Delivery Service.
A local pediatrician has advice for expectant moms who want to cut their baby’s risk of obesity: eat well.
Brad King has been referred to as one of the most influential health mentors of our time and is widely recognized as one of the most sought after authorities on nutrition, obesity, longevity and men’s health.