In the supermarket, you see lots of foods that promise a "vitamin boost," "triple the calcium," or "protein plus." But Consumer Reports' Jamie Kopf says foods pumped up with extra nutrients could be too much of a good thing.
One week into the New Year and it's a good bet some of you are already struggling with your resolution to lose weight. One helpful way to jump start your diet routine is to keep a journal and write down everything you eat and drink.
More than two-thirds of American adults are overweight, even obese. At the top of many New Year's resolutions is the dreaded "D" word - diet. Consumer Reports' just-released survey of 9,000 subscribers rates more than a dozen of the most popular diets.