An interview Louise Foxcroft, author of "Calories and Corsets," which exposes the myths and anxieties that drive the dieting industry.
Advisory group: dietary supplements not good for healthy women
New recommendations from a government advisory group suggest that healthy older women shouldn't bother with relatively low-dose dietary supplements. While nutrients are crucial for healthy bones, specialists advise getting as much as possible from a good diet. Experts say adding modest supplements can actually increase the risk of kidney stones.