The worst breakfast foods lead to sugar crashes, encourage disease and cause weight gain. If you see these five foods on the menu, run the other way.
Everyone gets constipated at one time or another. When you do, you feel bloated and blocked. You strain on the toilet with no results — or with results that are painful. But there are some things you can consider to help with the problem and decrease your risk of becoming constipated.
Oats aren’t just for oatmeal. Learn how to create overnight oats — oatmeal’s warm-weather friendly cousin. You’ll reap the same health benefits, but no cooking is needed!
See how popular dairy and non-dairy yogurts compare. Get tips from a dietitian along with ideas for incorporating yogurt into your diet.
Here’s a quick way to upgrade your breakfast: Eat steel cut oats. Watch as we explore the various ways to dress up your oatmeal while we discuss the health benefits.
How do you make the healthiest breakfast foods choices at the grocery store? Watch this video as we go aisle by aisle and talk about options for cereal, bread and nut-butters.
You may love eggs for breakfast. But how often should you eat them, especially if you're worried about cholesterol? Our expert shares diet and cooking tips.
Two studies came out in recent months that seemed to say eating breakfast did not play a role in weight loss. They surprised many because for so long we all thought that we had to eat breakfast to be healthy and to lose weight.
When you build healthy habits, small decisions add up over time. An exercise physiologist and dietitian offer 11 of the best diet, nutrition and fitness habits that you can incorporate into your life.
Plain oats (though packed with cholesterol-lowering and blood-sugar steadying soluble fiber) can get a little dull. With these 10 tips from Cleveland Clinic dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, you can mix and match enough healthful flavor combinations to power through your day.