When you grab a cup of coffee to kick-start your day, you know you’re getting a stimulant. But caffeine is hiding in more foods than you may think.
Diet & Nutrition
Find wellness and disease-prevention tips about food, fitness, lifestyle, mental attitude and more from our Wellness Institute, led by Chief Wellness Officer and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Michael Roizen.
Our ideas of what constitutes a “healthy” diet might be out of sync with reality. Some “healthy” alternatives are loaded with calories, fat or chemicals. Learn which health foods are busting your diet.
You don’t need all the food coloring, thick frosting and sprinkles for a cookie to be festive. Our holiday gingersnaps are proof! With just enough spice and sweetness, these healthier holiday cookies are sure to make your “nice list.”
Baked cinnamon apples are a fall and winter favorite, but you can enjoy them all year! To cut down on calories, this recipe offers the alternative of using artificial sweeteners.
For nearly two years a 47-year-old Alabama man could only take nutrition intravenously because he had no colon or small intestine. After a bowel transplant at Cleveland Clinic, his life just got a whole lot better.
Fruit and veggies in season in the fall are often hearty and flavorful -- it's hard not to fall in love with them! Find health benefits of five of our favorites. Eat and enjoy them in good health.
Black licorice lovers take note: The FDA warns that in rare occurrences, one of your faves may cause your heart to skip a beat, and not in the good way.
Is going organic worth the money for health advantages? For these foods, the benefits may not be worth the price tag.
These savory brussels sprouts are roasted in olive oil, salt and pepper. Despite the simple ingredients, the flavor will wow you and your family.
Overeating Thanksgiving dinner has become a national pastime. The foods we love are very high in fat and calories. Our dietitians suggest lighter ways to prepare turkey with all the trimmings.