Whether sugar or fat should be included in a heart-healthy diet depends on which fats and sugars you choose. Here’s what you need to know about both.
A new study shows a high-sugar diet during pregnancy can negatively affect a child’s brain function. Pediatric dietitian Jennifer Hyland, RD, explains the findings.
Think your toddler isn’t getting much added sugar? You could be wrong. Dietitian Jennifer Hyland, RD, explains the results of a new study ― and exactly where that sugar’s lurking.
The AHA says it is issuing the guidelines because studies have consistently found a link between added sugars and conditions that lead to cardiovascular disease.
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For many of us parents, it’s fundraising time – that time of year when our youngsters are hawking everything from cookies to caramel corn to benefit their school, team or club. Here’s how to handle all the tempting foods that may be coming into your house.
You’re heard that eating fat will make you fat. Let’s explore the facts about dietary fat and sugar to learn what’s really making us gain weight.
Think high fructose corn syrup is no big deal? Think again. Eating too much can lead to insulin resistance, obesity and more.
Find out why sugar can wreck your sex drive and how you can break your sugar addiction.
Sugar isn’t just bad for your waistline. It’s also bad for your heart. A diet with more than 15% added sugars can increase your risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
Think fat-free and sugar-free foods are really “free”? Our dietitians explain.