From a medical standpoint, doctors say a person can survive up to eight weeks without food if sufficiently hydrated. Many factors determine how long a person can survive without food, including the person's will, determi... More »

While the typical body starts to deteriorate after 3 weeks without food, some people are able to slow their metabolism and survive significantly longer, potentially up to 60 days. According to Dr. Mike Stroud, an interna... More »

Aquarium goldfish can go for up to 2 weeks without eating. It is generally best to feed a few times a day, giving only as much food as the fish can eat in about 2 minutes. More »

The effects of eating before sleeping on a person's body and sleep quality are dependent on how much time is left between eating and sleeping and the amount of food eaten, according to NineMSN. Although one of the bigges... More »

Most doctors recommend no more than one to two servings of soy milk per day. Soy milk is a dairy milk substitute made from pressed soybeans. Soy milk, tofu and other whole, fermented soy products are the best sources of ... More »

The easiest way to stop eating fast food and junk food is by eating more whole foods and less processed foods. Replacing fast food with healthy food eliminates the ingredients that cause the body to crave it. More »

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A balanced meal is one that contains appropriate selections from the five major food groups according to ChooseMyPlate.gov. The five groups are fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins and dairy. More »