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A gluten-free, vegan influencer with 1.7 million followers criticized a high-end Italian restaurant because it wouldn’t tweak its $200 tasting m...
Nicole Warne called her visit to the famous cliff-top restaurant Grotta Palazzese in Puglia, Italy "the worst dining experience I have ever had."
Followers of the high-fat, low-carb keto diet are shunning ‘some of the most healthful foods on the planet,’ a kidney doctor says
The keto diet has become a popular weight-loss strategy, but kidney doctor Shivam Joshi warns that the plan cuts out important and nutritious foods.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he’s been ‘playing with fasting’ and only eats one meal per day. Here are the diets of other notable te...
Some of the richest people in tech have pretty terrible, or bizarre, eating habits. From Musk to Zuckerberg, here's what their diets look like.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he eats only one meal a day and fasts all weekend, and people are concerned he might have an eating disorder
Dorsey's odd diet has many worried his unusual eating habits sound like an eating disorder.
Protein is an essential macronutrient, but it's possible to get too much of it. Here are seven common mistakes people make on high-protein diets.
The mind-blowing diets of the world’s best shot-putters are so wild they ‘don’t even like food anymore’
From cartons of scrambled eggs, pounds of meat, and 80 oz. of milk per day, the world's best shot-putters have to eat so much they don't even enjoy food.
INSIDER talked to dietitians about the differences between keto and the Mediterranean diet. Here's what to know about the two popular diets.
The diets of the best basketball players in the world show how insane Tom Brady’s lifestyle really is
While most NBA players watch what they eat and attempt to eat clean, they aren't fanatical about what they put in their bodies. Tom Brady is in a league of his own.
INSIDER spoke to several German nutritionists about the differences between diet habits in Germany and in the US.
According to a recent survey by INSIDER, millennials looking to eat healthier in 2019 are most interested in low-carb and low-calorie diets.