Don’t believe everything you hear when it comes to diet advice for gout. Diet matters — but not always in the way you think.
Is going organic worth the money for health advantages? For these foods, the benefits may not be worth the price tag.
’Tis the season for holiday cocktail parties with bountiful buffets. As you gather with friends, family and coworkers to celebrate — and chances are you’ll do this more than once — be mindful of healthy eating habits.
When you’re pregnant, it’s often easy to overeat based on a simple idea: “I’m eating for two.” But how many extra calories do you really need?
For quick weight loss, ‘The 100’ diet restricts consumption of sugar calories to 100 per day. Is this a sustainable way to lose weight and keep it off?
New studies show obesity and poor diet are risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. A sustained healthy lifestyle may have protective benefits against the disease, and exercise after diagnosis can slow its progression.
New and existing drugs offer hope for diabetes management, but no cure for the disease. Metabolic syndrome patients have more options, and more complications, with drugs. Learn about weight-management drugs in development.
Tomatoes, spinach, blueberries —all these are good for you. Even better, registered dietitian Amy Jamieson-Petonic says you can pair them up with other foods and spices to really pack a nutritional punch.
Fall is full of fruits and veggies that are as delicious as they are full of disease-fighting nutrients.
Find out how to keep your weight on track — for a healthy you and a healthy baby.