Your blood pressure benefits when you eat lots of veggies. A recent study suggests the biggest benefit may come from eating your vegetables raw. When you cook vegetables, you change their chemical composition.
You can hydrate your body with what’s on your plate — not just what’s in your cup.
Here is this week’s round-up of stories from around the Web featuring Cleveland Clinic experts that we know you won’t want to miss.
Healthy eating starts with savvy shopping. Test your knowledge of different types of food labeling this quiz.
If you're an athlete who wants to lose weight for a performance edge, find out the best ways to go about it -- and what to avoid.
For a twist on the traditional, try this recipe the next time you crave Italian. You’ll eat fewer calories, less fat and less cholesterol. And as a bonus, the tofu is a good source of calcium.
For certain fruits, veggies, meats and dairy, savvy shoppers get benefits from choosing organic — both physical and personal.
Try this protein-packed vegetarian meal for days when you don't have time to cook. Bake the potato in the microwave, add beans and other ingredients and serve with frozen steamed vegetables. It's ready in 10 minutes!
Corn on the cob is the essence of summer. But it doesn’t have to come drenched in butter. Cleveland Clinic Children’s dietitian Tara Harwood offers 12 healthier alternatives.
Don’t rely on processed, pre-packaged snacks to power your kids. Cleveland Clinic Children’s dietitian Tara Harwood offers easy and nutritious alternatives that are doable ─ even on the most hectic of days.