TMAO, a byproduct of intestinal bacteria—aka “gut flora”— is found to contribute to heart disease. A Cleveland Clinic study shows this could lead to an accurate screening tool for predicting future heart problems in people not traditionally considered at risk.
Homemade tomato sauce is a sensory delight and is naturally low in fat and calories. It's an excellent dietary source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and potassium .
Healthy habits and smart lifestyle choices can make you look and feel years younger — and, more important, live longer.
Take heart, meat eaters: A research study unveiled that it’s not necessarily the fat in steak that could clog arteries and cause heart disease, but rather a nutrient called carnitine.
Last year’s news of pink slime in ground beef has caused many to think twice about eating meat again. But what about athletes? Learn if it is it safe for athletes to follow a meat-free diet.
If you’ve lost your libido, never fear — it’s easier to get it back than you think. Better diet choices can help.
People who are committed to keeping their hearts healthy have a good chance of staving off cancer, too, researchers say.
We compare sweeteners, both natural (raw sugar, honey, agave nectar, stevia, monk fruit extract) and artificial (Splenda®, Equal®, Sweet 'n Low®), and nutritive (containing calories) and non-nutritive (zero to few calories).
Our healthy pizza wraps are quick to prepare for your kid’s lunch — or your own. We recommend packing raw veggies with low-fat ranch dip, a small piece of fruit and fat-free milk with it for a balanced meal.
Spring is a time for new beginnings, so why not add some new options to your diet? Get a fresh start with these five foods.