Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn six ways – plus some favorite Cleveland Clinic recipes – to add more pumpkin to your diet.
Keep these guiding numbers in mind when you shop. They’ll help you sort reality from marketing messages.
Ah, fall … crisp, sunny days, colorful foliage – and pumpkin spice lattes. Many people mark the change from summer to autumn by celebrating with this sweet and creamy seasonal drink, served up at coffee shops everywhere this time of year. But is the pumpkin spice latte a nutritional disaster?
Diabetes is growing at an alarming rate. New research explores a possible link between the microbes in the gut and the increase in Type 2 diabetes.
For years, researchers have explored the cardiovascular benefits of this diet. But did you know it has benefits related to cancer, too?
Some foods naturally create more cravings rather than make you feel satisfied. Use these nine tips to avoid overeating. Don’t just control your portions, but also make wiser food choices.
Eating a heart-healthy diet is on the minds of many of us, but making the right food choices can be a challenge.
Some ethnic eats are generally healthier than others. But you also can make smarter choices at almost any restaurant. Start with this guide the next time you crave something exotic.
For years saturated fats have been considered a health hazard but now researchers are raising questions about whether they’re as harmful as originally thought
From juice and fruit punch to flavored milk and soda, your child’s favorite sugary drink can lead to a multitude of not-so-sweet health problems, including tooth decay, obesity, diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.